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OAKWOOD COLLEGE ARCHIVES 




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PRESENTING . . . 

1957-58 — 1958-59 Cavalcade of Life in the shadows of the oaks and 
elms on the Oakwood College Campus . . . featuring Faculty and Stu- 
dents at study, work, devotion, leisure and recreation — 

THE ACORN 




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dedication 

administration 

religion 

social 

organizations 

industries 

sports 

features 

classes 

academy 

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Many of the so-called treasures of life 
perish at a wink; some few endure forever. 
Among the lasting treasures is the cherished 
memory of some influential teacher. These 
cherished memories are as enduring as time. 

When we think of such a teacher, we think of one possessing all the virtues of a 
noble character. 

For this reason, we pause here on these pages to pay tribute to a member of our 
faculty who exemplifies the sterling qualities of a Christlike character. 

Scholarly dignity is inherent in his noble stature. In the classroom, he is a dynamo 
of enthusiasm. In public relations, he is a monument of dedicated service. In the 
home, he is the symbol of love and manly virtue. 

To you. Dr. Frank W. Hale, we affectionately dedicate this volume to express our 
gratitude for the contribution you have made in making our lives richer. 







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IN DEDICATION 





MR. GAINES R. PARTRIDGE 




IN DEDICATION 



It is an honor to pay tribute to one whose years of inestimable service to Oakwood 
College have endeared him to both students and faculty alike. 

Outstanding leadership in the Sabbath School, superb instruction in psychology, 
education, and art classes, and capable co-ordination of student activities are only small 
indications as to his full contribution; cheerful friendliness, eagerness to help, and never- 
failing capability, efficiency, and human warmth are inadequate terms to reveal his life 
fully. 

Though the world may never know him, and though the great may never recognize 
him, those who know, love, and respect him as we do can never forget him. It is with 
deepest appreciation that we, the student body, dedicate the 1958 Acorn to MR. GAINES 
R. PARTRIDGE. 




ADMINISTRATION 




The personal interest in their work, 
training, capability, and hard work of 
our very fine staff and administration 
explain the tremendous success of our 
educational program here at Oakwood 
College. 

During helpful counseling sessions, 
enjoyable class periods, friendly personal 
contacts, and invigorating labor activi- 
ties we have come to know and love 
those who constitute our ADMINIS- 
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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



The rushing days of 1958-59 have brought modern 
Oakwoodites a variety of joyous experiences. As we 
look back over the year, our minds dwell on the classes, 
the programs, the awards, chapels, and social activities. 

The achievement of regional accreditation brought 
great satisfaction to all. Memories merge in a panorama 
of many thrilling things--vespers , weeks of prayer, 
friendships formed, problems solved, impressions deeply 
grooved . 

Fortunate are those students who sought to make 
their "student life as perfect as possible," and commendably 
wise are they who intelligently cooirdinated their million 
mental snapshots of the swift moving semesters. 

The objective of the round of activities is a 
rooting in truth, a growth in culture, and a preparation 
for service. Like the 136 half-ton bolts which firmly 
fix the fifty-story towers of the mighty Mackinac Bridge, 
may each day, class, and experience of this, academic year 
serve to anchor you in the principles of enduring truth. 



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O. B. EDWARDS, Ph. D. 

Dean of the College 



RUTH E. MOSBY, M. LITT. 

Dean of Women 



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LEVY J. BAKER, B.S. 

Accountant 



ROBERTA C. EDWARDS, B. A. 
Registrar 




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JAMES MERIDETH, LL. B 

Accountant 



MALCOIM J. DEAN, M.A. 
Dean of Men 





INEZ L. BOOTH, M. A. 

Assistant Professor of Piano and Organ 



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EMERSON A. COOPER, M. S. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



FACULTY 



ARTHELIA ALEXANDER, M. S. 

Instructor in Secretarial Science 
HERBERT E. ALEXANDER, B. A. 

Instructor in Biology 




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ALICE BRANTLEY, B. S. 

Critic Teacher 
E. D. BRANTXEY 

Maintenance 



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EVA B. DYKES, Ph. D. 
Professor of English and Literature 




L. HENRIETTA EMANUEL, M. A. 

Instructor in English / 





THELMA D. DEAN, B. A. 

Administrative Secretary 




CORDELL EVANS, M. LITT. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



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PHILIP E. GIDDINGS, M. A., 

Doctor of optics 
Instructor in Secondary Education 




MURRAY J. HARVEY, M. LITT 

Assistant Professor of History 





CHARLES E. GALLEY, M. Ed. 

Professor of Business Administration 




FRANK W. HALE, JR., Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor of Speech and English 



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JANNITH L. LEWIS, M. A. in L. S. 
Librarian 




KATRINA V. NESBITT, B. S. 
Critic Teacher 



LAURENCE JACOBS 

College Farm and Dairy 




L. THOMASINE LONGWARE, M. A. 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 



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GAINES R. PARTRIDGE, M. Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Secondary Education 




JOHN C. PITTS, B. S. 

Assistant Accountant 



WILLIAM A. OSBORNE, Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Economics and Business 




JOHNNIE MAE PIERRE-LOUIS, B. A. 

Instructor in Voice 
SAM PIERRE-LOUIS, L. en Dr. 

Instructor in Romance Languages 



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ROBERT L. REYNOLDS, M. S. 

Assistant Professor of Biology and 
Agriculture 




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SARAH F. RICHARDSON 

Director of food Service 





VIOUN PLUMMER, M. A 

Instructor in Education 




CLARENCE T. RICHARDS, M. A. 

Professor of Religion 



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Associate Professor of Chemistry 



ERNEST E. ROGERS, M. A. 
Assistant Professor of Biblical Languages 








RUTH N. STAFFORD, M. A. 

Assistant Professor of Nursing Education 



TRULA E. WADE, B. A 
Assistant Dean of Women 





MRS. DOUGLASS 

Physical Education Instructor 




MISS DAWSON 
Instructor of Music 




Z. H. COBERLY, ED. D. 

Professor of Education 



DAVID G. KISSINGER, PH.D 
Associate Professor of Biology 



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Eight faculty members now enjoy the comforts of modern duplex homes, newly constructed on 
Oakwood's north hill. Yet they find pleasure in reminiscent thoughts of their former abode. 



East Hall 



The joys of life would be made less, 
Our warmth would soon grow cold; 
If while we revelled in the new 
We'd cast aside the old. 





RELIQION 




The emphasis placed on religion and 
spiritual development is a prominent 
feature of Oak wood's educational pro- 
gram. It stands as the foundation for 
the training offered to the students. 

In the next few pages have been 
concentrated our many religious activi- 
ties as one link in the golden chain of 
memories of this year at O.C. 





The fellows hasten to get ready for vespers, also, 
Claude must have an extra "shine" on his shoes. 
Let's see . . . which tie shall it be? Hum! Don't 
you hear those vesper bells? 



Last minute preparation for Friday Evening Vespers. Hat- 
tie puts a last minute touch to her dress; Gerry dashes a 
few strokes across her shoes. 



They are ready for vespers, and on time too! 




Everybody looks forward to vesper services. 



Many students enjoy going to Seminar forty-five minutes 
after vesper service. The last service of the evening is the 
Evangeleers, conducted by the ministerial students. 




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KINDERGARTEN SABBATH SCHOOL — "Jesus loves me 
this I know," yes, it's the same song you knew in Kindergarten, 
but it is still as true as it was then. 





FACULTY SABBATH SCHOOL CLASS — Years of Bible 
study, research, and experience are brought together in this 
faculty Sabbath school class. 



MISSIONARY VOLUNTEER PANEL DISCUS- 
SION — We are greatly benefited when we can 
see and hear our schoolmates enaa and discuss 
pertinent truths, and current issues. 



OUR COLLEGE CHURCH AT WORSHIP — These are the 
immortal moments — these periods of solitude. These are the 
gifts we gain in waiting: courage and strength and good cheer. 
These are the things we need for living, and we cannot fail to 
find them here. 




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"I tvas in prison, and ye came 
unto me." 

JAIL VISITATION BAND 




"Go . . . and teach all nations 
. . . to observe u'hatsoever I have 
commanded you. ..." 

BIBLE STUDY GROUP 



ACTIVITIES 



"Study to show thy self approved 
unto God. ..." 

SABBATH AFTERNOON 
DISCUSSION 




"Hoiv beautiful . . . are the feet 
of him . . . that bringeth good tidings 
of good, that publisheth salvation. . . !" 

LITERATURE DISTRIBUTION 
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"Let no man despise thy youth 
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SCENE DURING M. V. MEETING 





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ELDER CALVIN B. ROCK, 

Week of Prayer Speaker 



EMPHASIS 
WEEK 



The able, dynamic pastor of the Miami, 
Florida district delivered inspiring messages 
based on the theme "Open Thou Mine Eyes". 




Anne Brown receives counsel, an important feature of the Week of Prayer. 



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lofty one ..." the opening 
words of a series of inspiring 
sermons conducted by Elder 
Mosley, speaker for the week 
of prayer. 



Elder L. B. Reynolds, editor of the Message Mag- 
azine, speaking to the College at 11:00 o'clock 
service. 




Elder Ward lifted the whole campus to a higher 
spiritual level by his illustrative speaking tech- 
nique during the final week of prayer. 









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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 



Will there ever be any memories 
brighter than those of the hours spent 
in the varied social activities of the old 
Alma Mater? 

There are the lyceums, banquets, 
and simple get-togethers, all made more 
enjoyable by the wise planning of the 
student body and the faculty. In the 
proceeding pages we will try to give 
you a brief glimpse into the social ac- 
tivities of our school. 





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LYCEUMS 




The Don Cossack singing and dancing team. 




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Mrs. Virginia Jean Rittenhouse, thrilling violinist; with Mr. Morris and Elaine Taylor, duo- 
pianists. 




Alabama A. and M. Choir honors us annually in 
song. 



Below: 

Thank you, Mr. Brigance, for your helpful lecture 

on public speaking. 



Mrs. Giddings and her two children, Phillip and Cynthia; 
former missionaries to Africa, help us present a delightful 
evening of Afro-entertainment. 







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VSM. BANQUET SERIES 



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"This ought to be good . 
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"I think I'll ask Carole . . . sure hope 
she can go." 





"I'd be delighted to go, Walton.' 



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"/ have to look my best.' 



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(At last!) 
"Radiant evening, isn't it?' 



"Hmmm — 8:13. I wonder if she for- 
got." 




"Say this is great fun!" 



Carole Crosdale sings "Winter Won 
derland" (banquet theme song). 



Tumbling team 
performs at 
the banquet. 




The service was superb; the 
food exquisite. 



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Mmmm chocolates, flowers! It 
must be calling time in Cun- 
ningham Hall. 

Completely furnished from 
plush rugs and glowing lamps, 
to matching drapes and mahog- 
any end-tables, our new parlor 
promises many pleasant mo- 
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This is Cunningham Hall, symbolic of charm, beauty and womanhood. 



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Our gentlemen prefer profitable leisure; as this 
game of Touring provides. Fair play, good 
sportsmanship, and social contact are apparent 
in this game. 




Peterson Hall, 
symbol of strength 
gallantry and 
manhood. 



Vernal Murray, Stuart Taylor and Arnold Dean 
relax in the lounge of Peterson Hall. 




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ORQANIZATIONS 




Campus clubs and organizations 
offer excellent opportunity for those 
who share common interests to pursue 
common goals and activities together. 
The contribution of all these very fine 
organizations "to life at Oakwood" has 
helped to make this year such an en- 
joyable one, and one that we will al- 
ways remember. 





U.S.M. Officers — 1958 
Charles Bridges, President 



Out of our lives is drawn rhe best 
and the most noble and into our hearts is 
planted a lofty aspiration, and all of this 
is only a part of what we gained from 
co-operating with our U. S. M. All-in- 
all the success of our United Student 
Movement can be traced to their deter- 
mined efforts to make our campus the 
most lovely place, in every way, for us. 



UNITED 



Our United Student Movement is com- 
posed of two major committees: the stu- 
dent senate, and the student faculty com- 
mittees. 

The U. S. M. upholds Lincoln's belief 
that "The same laws are found every- 
where, and everything is connected with 
everything else . . . ." For this reason 
they make themselves the connecting 
link between student and instructor, 
student and administrator, student and 
student. 




Garland Millet, President of the 1959 U.S.M. gets a little opposition 
as he presents a radical idea to the officers of the U.S.M. 



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STUDENT 

MOVEMENT 



"If you are a self-starter, your boss doesn't 
have to be a crank" . . . Buck Herzog — 
Here are some instances of work started — 
self-started, in the workshop of student 
thought: increased satisfaction in cafeteria 
service; the 1958 United Student Move- 
ment banquet; our recent U. S. M. Honor 
Society of scholarships and privileges; bas- 
ketball games for the purpose of raising 
funds for worthy projects. This year our 
U. S. M. has proven that "What makes the 
world go round is the temptation to attempt 
something that can't be done, and succeed." 
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1959 STUDENT FACULTY COUNCIL 
THE CONNECTING LINK IN THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

The funaion of these Student Representative 
councils is so inter-related that, it would be impossi- 
ble to distinctly differentiate between the accom- 
plishments of each. 

During the holidays, the U. S. M. features acti- 
vities for those who remain on the campus. Note- 
worthy of these aaivities is the Christmas movie. 
Also there was a motion picture presented by the 
U. S. M. during the Thanksgiving holidays. 



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EXCELSIOR SOCIETY OFFICERS, 1959 
Rickey McKinney, President 




EXCELSIOR SOCIETY OFFICERS, 1958 
Watlon Whaley, President 




VINCET QUACE VINCENT OFFICERS, 1958 
Phyllis Bryan, President 



VINCET QUACE VINCENT OFFICERS, 1959 
Hattie Davis, President 



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1959 TEMPERANCE SOCIETY OFFICERS 
Richard Hutchinson, President; Esther Jones, Secre- 
tary, and DeWitt Williams, Treasurer, formulate 
plans for the Temperance Big Week. 



Kenneth Jackson, President, of the Temperance So- 
ciety, of 1958 and the other officers, displays the 
emblem of the organization. 





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Preparing to wield the Sword of Truth the Evange- 
leers, ministers of tomorrow, pose for their picture. 
Sherman Cox president of 1959 club. 



The entire campus responds to the intense enthusi- 
asm of the Evangeleers. Ozell Simmons President 
of 1958 club. 





FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA — 1959 
James Harris, President. 




FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA — 1958 
Hector Mouzon, President. 




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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA — 1959 
Rose Gantt, President. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA — 1958 
Frankie Fordham, President. 



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Wilma Henry, Vice-President of El Kappa Blanca, 
listens to the rhythmical beat of the heart. 




President of the Foreign Relations Club, Clarence 
Thomas, explaining situations that occur today in 
our missile age. , 



El Kappa Blanca members aim to grasp the key to 
life's richest storehouse — service to all mankind. 




The Literature Ministry Guild with a "Message 
for all the world. 




Alert young men of the Medical Cadet Corp stand 
at attention while the officers on the front row relax. 



Our ushers stand as faithful sentinels to duty's call. 




Usher Boards of 57-58, above. Right: Usher Board 
of 58-59, Claude McKnight, President. 




FIRST SEMESTER SEMINAR OFFICERS 
Bob Dent, President 




SECOND SEMESTER SEMINAR OFFICERS 
David Jones, President 



VICTORY 
THROUGH CHRIST 




College Choir sings lustily- 
Wilmer Hunt, President 



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The "Gammas" at installation services. 



The members of the Science 
Club in science seminar. 



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The Veterans Club pose for us. 




Miss Longware and her ladies, 
members of the Home Economics club. 



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Co -editors, DeWitt Williams and Gail Cathcart for 1958-59 look over the result of their labor. 



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Oscar Daniels 
Editor for 
1957-58. 




Nathaniel Dennison, Business 
Manager, goes over importaat 
facts with his typist, Christine 
Green while Asst. Business Man- 
ager, James Street, works on the 
financial items. 



The Acorn staff ponders with 
delight as the final stages of 
their work appears. Here they 
are looking at material for more 
creative ideas. 



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As the staff enters the last lap of 
their work for the approaching 
deadline, material seems to be 
steadily piling up. Regarding 
their expressions, however, they 
are still determined to make this 
the best "Acorn" of all. 



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SPREADING 
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Editor ■ in - Chief of 
The Spreading Oak 



The Editors of the Spreading Oak have 
a conference. 





CHARLES CHEATHAM, 

Editor-in-chief 



STAFF MEMBERS 
Left to Right: Ruth E. Mosby, Sponsor; Leon Johnson, Anne Brown, Charles Cheatham, 
Charles Bridges, Robert Dent. 




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Members of the 1959 Foreign Mission Club lay the 
framework for a firm structure in international 
relations. 




Stewart Taylor, Preside?!!, of the 1959 Pan-American 
Club points out vast stretches of unexplored territory. 



A global background of culture, custom and talent 
find expression through the Foreign Mission Club 
of 1958. 




The lands of brotherhood are strengthened by mem- 
bers of the 1958 Pan-American Club, Rudolph 
Hines, President. 



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The officers of the 1959 M. V. Society listen to 
Kenneth Jackson's ideas. 



Missionary Volunteer Society officers 
Janith Lewis, leader. 



1958 Miss 





President James Tillman, with his officers, makes 
plans for the other members of the speech club. 



Alpha Sigma Rho — 1958, Kennith Lester, President. 

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COLLEGE WOMEN'S CHORUS 
Dr. Eva B. Dykes, Director 



MALE CHORUS 
Shelton Kilby, Director 




AEOLIAN ENSEMBLE 
Mrs. J. M. Pierre-Louis, Director 




COLLEGE WOMEN'S TRIO 
Left to Right: Mrs. Jaquelyne Knight, Elvira Arties 
and Mercedes Singleton 



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COLLEGE QUARTET 
George O'Bryant, Standley Gellineau, Edward Mat- 
tox and Everard Williams 



INSTRUMENTAL SECTION 




THE COLLEGE BAND — Mr. Dawson, Director 
1959 




THE COLLEGE BAND 
Mr. E. D. Brantley, Director 



STRING ENSEMBLE 
Lawrence Lacy, Phyllis Bryan, Mr. Brantley 



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Chords of melodious note flow from the trumpets 
of Anne Brown, Ruth and June White. 



This saxophone duo, James Bowman and Kenneth 
Brantly, add a touch of magnificent richness to our 
musical entertainment. 




Bob Dent and Enoch Jenkins bring forth fascinating 
tunes that thrill the listening audience. 



Betty Branch and James Tillman unite their skillful 
touch in producing a delightful little refrain. 




INDUSTRIES 





Columbus' ships drifted up to the 
shores of America, and we say that's 
discovery. Our early pioneers braved 
the wild, and won their freedom from 
the mother country; we called that in- 
dependence. Then came the inventors 
with their apparatus and machines, and 
we said this is industry. 

Oakwood College was built upon 
industry, for only full opportunities in 
work, books and play could satisfy our 
eagerness and vigor. 

Come with us through industry-land. 
It's enchanting! 




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"Just one more sentence." 
Juereta works for the Dean of the College. 





"Hello, office of the President." 
Sylvene works for the President. 




"I'll locate that card in just a second." 
Dorothy and Gregory seek knowledge; 
Shirley and Eloise secure it for them. 



"Please type these orders for supplies, Miss Dawes." 
Pearline at work for Mr. Brantley 



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They keep our campus clean. 
Maintenance and custodial crew. 



Invader from outer space? 
Thomas Simmons welds a pipe, 




Agnes Harris records the results 
of an eye test at the infirmary. 





Fuller Brushman demonstrates his wares? 
DeWitt performs daily chores in the dorm. 



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The Industrial Arts Building. 





Credit goes to these boys for our heat, or lack of 
same. 



They're helping make Oakwood the place where 
loveliness keeps house. 





Now, I understand why we do not have lights. Olice 
is messing with the fusebox again. 



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The store. It provides labor for many of the stu- 
dents and takes their money too. 




Central Heating Plan. 
George relaxes while Rudy works. 




Oscar and Mr. Siwundhla working in the printing 
shop. 



Maintenance Department working on the grounds. 
Keep an eye on Onine. Mr. Tucker. 





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Vernal, what's her name, and how 
much milk does she give daily? 




So this is how our ice cream is made. 



Milk bottled by Otis. 



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SPORTS 



This year marked the beginning of 
a new era in sports at Oakwood Col- 
lege. With the completion of the new 
gymnasium building came organized 
basketball teams, and increased interest 
in volleyball, tumbling, weight lifting, 
trampoline activities, skating, etc. All 
these activities provided opportunity to 
develop our "physical powers" and to 
learn the important lessons of team- 
work and co-operation. 



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INTRAMURAL 



VIKINGS 

Left to Right: Ellis Young, Captain, Cecil 
Jackson, Shelton Palmer, Charles Bridges, 
James Street, Donald Hayes and Robert Dent. 

Games ii>on — 3* Games lost — 4 



PROCLAIMERS 

Left to Right: Sherman Cox, Coach; Gerald 
Wells, Otis Taylor, Lonzell Moore, Louis 
Williams and Paul Jones. Kneeling: Onnie 
Jackson, Henry Barbour, Captain; and Eddie 
Fenison. 

WINNERS OF THE 1958 
CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT 



Games won — 5 



Games lost — 4 



ALL STARS 

Left to Right: Billy Hill, Phillip Jenkins, 
Ellis Young, Vernal Murray, Ulysses Hall and 
Donnie Hayes. Kneeling: George Morgan, 
James Lollis, Coach; and Henry Barbour. 

Games won — 1 Games lost — 2 

*Prior to the championship series 



BASKETBALL 



PHANTOMS 

Left to Right: Willie Lewis, Billy Hill, Colin 
Akridge, Phillip Jenkins, Walton Whaley, 
Robert Sparks, Captain, and John Carlos. 

Games won — 3 Games lost — 6 



PROCLAIMETTES 

Left to Right: Aberdeen Roberson, Arlie 
Brown, Corine Benjamin, Marie Hoyle, Sylvia 
Douglas, Charlotte Roberson, Alma Turner, 
Beverly Porter. Kneeling: Katheryn Powell 
and Emily Smith, Captain. 



NET BURNETTES 

Left to Right: Lavelle Holmes, Sylvene Car- 
lyle, Rosie Turner, Betty Branch, Mamie Mar- 
tin and Mattie Gipson, Captain. 






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Determination, sweat, courage, 
and stamina gave the college all- 
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FEATURES 



The best in life can neither be ana- 
lyzed nor classified. 

In this section of our yearbook we 
have placed those events and charac- 
ters which would only fit into a setting 
all their own. 

A baker would spice his cakes with 
these. A seamstress would use them as 
lace on her own daughter's finest dress. 
A carpenter would use them to make 
his house fashionable. But we have used 
these to give an unpretentious, and in- 
formal view into our school life. 








MOST FRIENDLY 
Vera Arvinger, Donald Hayes 




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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Frankie Fordham, Herbert Doggette 




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BEST DRESSED 
Janet Andrews, Colin Akridge 



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BEST SINGING VOICE 
Dorothy Dorsett, Standley Gellineau 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Verna Thomas, Clarence Thomas 




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MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Beverly Porter, 

Madison Cole (not pictured) 



MOST QUIET 
Pauline Watts 
Ralph Shipman 



BEST SKATERS 

Mildred Taylor 

Claude McKnight 



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BEST INSTRUMENTALISTS 
Phyllis Bryan, Arnold Dean 




SHORTEST AND TALLEST GIRLS 
Dorothy Berry, Dorothy Dorsett 




WHO 




BEST SPEAKING VOICE 
Vera Arvinger, Kenneth Lester 





MOST HUMOROUS 
Emily Smith, Paul Monk 



MOST STUDIOUS 

Frankie Fordham 

Finister Paul 



MOST ATHETIC 

Emily Smith 

Billy Hill 




MOST ENTHUSIASTIC 
Phyllis Bryan, Donald Hayes 




SHORTEST AND TALLEST FELLOWS 
Marcellus Breach, Ellis Young 



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WHO'S 




MOST ATTRACTIVE 
Alvin June, Clavon Hicks 



FRIENDLIEST 

Eula Walter, Sain Fordham 




MOST TALENTED 

Carol Moore 



MOST POPULAR TEACHERS 

Miss Emanuel and Elder Rogers 



BEST SPEAKING VOICE 
V. Arvenger and R. McKenney 




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WHO 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Elaine Jones, Billy Hill 



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BEST DRESSED 
Verna Thomas, Alfonso Hardeman 





BEST INSTRUMENTALIST 
Carol Moore, Arnold Dean 




MOST POPULAR 
Hattie Davis, Stephen Joseph 



BEST ROLLER SKATER 
Wilma Henry, Ulysses Hall 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Emily Stoey, Sherman Cox 

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MOST PIOUS 

Edral Wynn 

Colin Ackridge 

Not pictured 




MOST ATTRACTIVE 
June Hicks, Alvin Clavon 




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Voice of Propheqr team visits Oakwood. 



Friendly students make Richard (Little Richlrd) Penniman 
welcome to O. C. 




Richard, one time Rock 'N Roll singer, now sings hymns 
for church services. 




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Mr. and Mrs. Hulme Siwundhal and family 



Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby and family 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barron and 
daughter 



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Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Taylor and family 



Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson and family 



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Mr. and Mrs. Hines and family 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones 






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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker 



Mr. and Mrs. Lance Shand and daughter 



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Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Jackson and daughter 



Above: Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brantley 
Right: Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Roberts 





Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and son 



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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Draggon and family 



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Dr. Hale welcomes visiting workers from South Central 
and South Atlantic conferences at the opening meeting. 











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addresses delegates 




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"Shall we get back to singing, Willie"? 
The Excelsian quartet listens while Hucks tells a fast one. 



John Dennison directs the members of the Evangeleers 
while Sherman stands disgustingly in the background, 
messing the picture up. 




The Chordsmen have delighted many by their 
modern interpretation. 



The Oakwood College Male chorus responds readily to 
the direction of Stanley Gellineau. 





FIRE DESTROYS MARRIED STUDENTS' 

RESIDENCE 



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VICTIMS OF THE FIRE 
Left to Right: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cheatham, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cox 
and family and Mrs. Leonard Draggon. 



ACCREDITATION 




Full accreditation forOakwood brings beams of joy from the heart 
of every staff member 



The honorable Mayor Searcy, left, of Huntsville, Alabama, and Dr. Quarles 
from Redstone Arsenal who spoke at the accreditation ceremony. 








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Elder Robinson and Elder Nelson 



Watch the Birdie. 





What do you make of this, Donnie? 




Move over Ricky and let Tillman in the 
picture. 



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CLASSES 




Here at Oakwood College it is our 
controlling purpose to gain that educa- 
tion of the heart which can only be at- 
tained through the union of the human 
with the divine, through determined ef- 
fort, sacrifice and hard work. We don't 
deny that sometimes we weary of our 
goal; but, "There will be need for some- 
one great — I dare not falter from the 
line — ." 

— Guest 













Charles Wesley Bridges 
RELIGION, 
Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 




Olivia Brummell 
Assistant Secretary 
SECRETARIAL SCIENCE^ 
Business Administration 
Ambition: Secretary 



SENIORS 





Phyllis Bryan 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, English, Religion 
Ambition: Teacher 



Charles Cheatham 
Chaplain 
RELIGION, 
Secondary Education 
Ambition: Minister 



112 




SENIORS 



Frankie Fordham - - 
Secretary 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, English, Religion 
Ambition: Teacher 




Robert Dent 
RELIGION, 

Speech 

Ambition: Minister 



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Kelly Leon Johnson 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Secondary Education 
Ambition: Accountant 



Lawrence Jacobs - - 

Treasurer 

BIOLOGY, 

Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 




113 




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David M. Jones 

RELIGION, 

Speech 

Ambition: Minister 




Paul Jones 
Vice-President 
MATHEMATICS, 
Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 



SENIORS 





Kenneth Lester 
RELIGION, 

Business Administration 
Ambition: Radio Minister 



Geneva Mosby 
SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, 

Secondary Education 
Ambition: Secretary 



114 




SENIORS 



Beryl Rivers 
President 
BJELIGION, 
History 



Ambition: Minister 




Mildred Mosley 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, English, 
Religion 
Ambition: Teacher 







Kenneth Smith 




RELIGION, 




Biology 




Ambition: Minister 


Eugene Smith 




RELIGION, 




History 




Ambition: Minister 






115 




Catherine Steward 
RELIGION, 

Elementary Education 
Ambition: Bible Worker 



Ellen Turner 
BIOLOGY, 

Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 



SENIORS 





Rosie Turner 
BIOLOGY, 

Elementary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 



Kenneth Vaz 
RELIGION, 
History 
Ambition: Teacher 



116 




SENIORS 



Robert Stidham 
HISTORY, 
Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 





Simeon Miner 
RELIGION, 

Elementary Education 
Ambition: Minister 




Albert Reid 
MUSIC, 

Secondary Education 
Ambition: Teacher 



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Benjamin Cummings 
Jewellene Duckworth 



Richard Jones 
Willie Lewis 



Vera Arvinger 
Gwyndolyn Bradley 





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JUNIORS 




Cecelia Braswell 
Dolores Breach 
Melvin Cox 




Altamont Francis 
Mattie Gipson 
June Mina Hicks 



JUNIORS 



Maxine Norman 
George Pearson 
Geraldine Phillips 



Mrs. Ella Taylor 

Gerald Wells 

Annie Mae Whitaker 



Jane Martin 
Bettye Monford 





Enoch Roberts 
Shirley Rogers 




Morris Lee Wren 
Britta Yelder 



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Leslie Otto Anderson 
James Bowman 
Anne Brown 




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SOPHOMORES 



John Carlos 

Essie Jean Hokombe 

Willie Edward Hucks 




Edward Mattox, Jr. 
James Parker 
Verna Thomas 



FRESHMEN 



Janet Andrews 
Elvira Arties 
Myra Jean Ball 
William Barnes 
Tom Bedgood, Jr 



Doris Benefield 
Clara Berry 
Dorothy Berry 
Lucendia Beville 
Carole Black 






Freddie Jayne Byrd 
Jenefer Calder 
Sylvene Carlyle 
Harry Cartwright 
Gail Cathcart 



Saundra Chandler 
Van Albert Cliett 
Charlotte Coleman 
Margaret Coleman 
Samuel Coleman 




Lilly Bond 
Tecora Bowman 
Betty Branch 
Eloise Briggs 
Juanita Brooks 



Lloyd Broomes 
Marvin Brown 
Olice Brown 
James Bryant 
Naomi Bullard 




121 



FRESHMEN 



John Collins 
Sherman Cox 
Alfonso Crawford 
Eleanor Crockett 
Carole Crosdale 




Rose Gantt 
Dorothy Garner 
Shirley Green 
Juliette Gwynne 
Wilbert Hall 



122 



FRESHMEN 



Minnie Lou Hannon 
Agnes A. Harris 
Clevon Harris 
Cynthia Hastings 
Donald Hayes 



Charles Henley 
Nathaniel Higgs 
Rudolph Ewart Hinds 
Lavelle Holmes 
Nina Jean Hopkins 




Genevieve Jones 
Raleigh James Jones 
Dennis Collins Keith 
Ella Ruth Lee 
Mary Martin 



Alden McAllister 
Claude McKnight 
Jo Ann Alisa Minor 
John Paul Monk 
Melvyn Donald Monk 





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FRESHMEN 



Delores Monroe 
Frank Moorer 
Iretha Morgan 
Cameron Msumba 
Leonard Mullins 




Alice Siwundhla 
Hulme Siwundhla 
Annie Smith 
Romaine Snowden 
James Street 



FRESHMEN 



Otis Taylor 
Stuart Taylor 
Clarence Thomas 
James Tillman 



Alma Athalee Turner 
Carroll William Tyler 
Enid Joyce Usher 
Barbara Walker 









Nellie Mae Williams 
Ruth Wilson 
Vivian Marie Wilson 
Frances Winston 



Edcort David Yates 
Juana Isabella Yates 
Loretta Young 
P. J. Young 




Jessie Mae Wallace 
Pauline Watts 
Jacqueline Webb 
Nancy Jean Webb 



Wallace Weithers, Jr. 
Albert White 
De Witt Williams 
Everard Williams 




125 





Leslie Anderson 

RELIGION, 

History 



Dolores Breach 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 

Religion, Secretarial Science 





Cecelia Braswell 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 



Vera Arvinger 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 



Charles Campbell 

BIOLOGY, 

Chemistry 



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Benjamin Cummings 

RELIGION, 

History 



Mina June Hicks 
SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, 
Business Administration, 
ReligioQ 




James Harris 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 

Secondary Education 



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Pearline Dawes 
ENGLISH, 
Elementary Education 



Jean Holcombe 
BIOLOGY, 
Secondary Education 







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Esther Jones 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 



Lolita Maupin 
SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, 
Business Administration, 
Religion 




* Richard Jones 

SECONDARY EDUCATION, 
Music 

* Will Graduate in Summer 




Jewelene Jones 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 

Secretarial Science, 

Religion 



Francis Miller 
MATHEMATICS, 
Secondary Education 



128 





Bettye Monford 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 



Maxine Norman 
ELEMENTAE,Y EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 




Claudette McNeil 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, 
Biology, Social Studies, 
English 




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Hector Mouzon 

BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION, 

Speech 



George Pearson 

RELIGION, 

History 



129 






Gerald Wells 
RELIGION, 
Elementary Education 



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Britta Yelder 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE, 
Religion 



130 




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Ledell Anderson 
Halsey Banks 
Dervie Batts 
James Best 
Carletha Bethel 






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Geneva Boy kins 
Toye Broadway 
Barbara Brown 
Jacquelyn Brown 
Wanda Carter 



Mollissie Cayton 
Marie Christy 
Alvin Clavon 
Jimmie Crosby 
Norma Dennis 




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Shirley Dixon 
William Douthard 
Velma Jo Durham 
Samuel Farrell 
Zella Fordham 





Ada FuUard 
Barbara Garner 
Everlyna Germany 
Harriett Golson 
Alecia Gooding 






George Greenlee 
Jackie Hall 
Ulysses Hall 
Hetha Hannum 
Alphonso Hardeman 



131 



Louise Hill 
Faye Hines 
Vivian Holland 
Rosetta Howard 
Sandra Hudson 



Sylvia Ingram 
Emanuel Jackson 
Marjorie James 
Vernease Jenkins 
Zenobia Johnson 




Dariel McGaddye 
Timothy McKinney 
Barbara McPherson 
Moses Nealy 
Herbert Nelson 



Margaret Norman 
Robert Patterson 
Edward Peterson 
Louella Rahming 
Olean Roberson 










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Zenobia Johnson 
Thelma J. Jordan 
Alonzo Kaiser 
Jean King 
Robert Langston 



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James Lollis 
Ophelia Lynch 
Carol Moore 
Janet Mosby 
Timothy McDonald 




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Leola Wall 
Barbara Watson 
Bettye Williams 
Fred Williams 
Helen Williams 



Henry Wilson 
Thomas Winslow 
William Wright 
Arline Wynn 
Edral Wynn 



William Robinson 
Eula Sain 
Sandra Sharp 
Martha Shockley 
Geraldine Simmons 



Elassie Smith 
Emily Story 
Burl Swan 
Leon Taylor 
Patricia Turner 








FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 



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Joseph McCoy 



Alves, Clayton 
Baker, Thelma 
Barbour, Harold 
Barnett, Alberta 
Bennett, Jonny 
Bray, Bunnie 
Brown, Charles 
Cartwrisht. Reuben 
Clark, William 
Cole, Madison 
Dennison, John 
Dennison, Nathaniel 
Dennison, Timothy 
Dillet, Valarie 
Douglas, Beverly 
Douglas Shirley 
Green, David 
Hay den, Maurice 
Hicks, Mattie 
Holland, Burks 



Hunt, Wilmer 
Jackson, Emanuel 
Jackson, Lynn 
Jackson, Onnie 
Jackson, William 
James, Dolores 
Johnson, Albert 
Jones, Elaine 
Joseph, Steven 
Keith, Sylvester 
Lucy, Lawrence 
Larkin, Earnestine 
Lister, Mervetta 
Lyles, Narhinel 
Logwood, Elaine 
Major, Lloyd 
Mark, Jeanette 
Mendes, Edward 
Mooer, Frank 
Morgan, George 



Mosby, Elizabeth 
Murray, Vernal 
McClellan, Charles 
Newton, Maebelle 
Oglesby, Alfred 
Parker, Willie 
Reeves, Loretta 
Robinson, David 
Russell, Gwendolyn 
Sellers, Charles 
Smith, Barbara 
Street, James 
Thomas, Frank 
Thomas, Milton 
Thongs, Lawrence 
Thornton, Earlene 
Whitaker, Robert 
Wideman, Wyddie 
William, Julian 
William, Lois 



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1959 SOPHOMORES 




Wilma Henry 





Pauline Orme 



1959 JUNIORS 





Esther Osborne 




GDnrad Gill 



Billy Hill 



Everette Howell 




Ricardo McKinney 




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Thomas Simmons 



Robert Taylor 



Paul Thompson 



NOT PICTURED 



Sophomores 
Breach, Emma 
Greene, Christine 
Hammond, Eugenia 
Lester, Issac 
Quarles, Madeline 
Taylor, Mildred 
White, Barbara 
White, Daisy 



Juniors 

Barron, Richard 
E>elecia, Grace 
Hammond, William 
Lewis, Robert 
Whaley, Walton 



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AUTOGRAPHS 



135 



AUTOGRAPHS 



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AUTOGRAPHS 



137 



AUTOGRAPHS 



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AUTOGRAPHS 



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THE STUDENTS OF 



THE 1958 ACADEMY ACORN STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Joseph McCoy 

Business Manager Alverda Miller 

Advertising Manager Patricia Terrell 

Copy Editor Larry Martin 

Art Editor Gordon Campbell 

Typist Ollie Wright 

Typist Alverine Scott 



ACORN STAFF 



THE 1959 ACADEMY ACORN STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief Gordon Campbell 

Business Manager Barbara Frazier 

Adi'ertising Manager Janet Mitchell 

Copy Editor Ralph Johnson 

Circulation Manager Jeannett Lawrence 

Art Editors John Williams, John Booker 

Typists Sandra Sharp, Joyce Oxley, Alverine Scott 




PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 



It seems as though the poet was writing particularly to the citizens of today's 
world when he penned the lines: 

"We are living, we are dwelling 

In a grand, and aivfiil time; 

In an age of ages telling 

To he living is sublime." 

In this year of phenomenal advancement in research and discovery with regard to 

guided missiles and earth satellites, not a few professional educators and layman are 

seeking an answer to the question, "What is the essential education for this time?" 

One inspired educator has succinctly stated that "true education embraces physical, 
mental, and moral training, in order that all the powers shall be fitted for the best de- 
velopment to do service for God, and to work for the uplifting of humanity." 

From its very beginning, Oakwood College Academy has subscribed to this philos- 
ophy of Christian Education, the implementation of which is designed to meet the 
needs of youth in an ever changing world. 

To all youth who are desirous of securing an education which will prepare them 
both for joy of service in this world, and for the higher joy of wide service in the world 
to come, Oakwood College Academy extends a cordial welcome. 

To the Academy graduate of 1958, your staff and administration bids you a fond 
farewell. As you leave your Alma Mater, we trust that your lives may be both an un- 
folding of the principles of True Education, and may you continually "grow in wisdom, 
and in favor with God and man." 

T- T. Stafford 



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FACULTY 

IRENE C. MERIDETH, B. A. 

Instructor in Mathematics and Chemistry 




JOHN J. BEALE, M. A. 

Instructor in Bible 



FLORENCE M. WINSLOW, M. A. 
Instructor in English 




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CORADEAN AMOS 
Mississippi 
Housewife 




RAMONA HUDSON 

New York 

Bus. Administrator 



SENIORS 



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MONROE BURGESS 

Missouri 
Engineer 



HARRIETT GOLSON 

Florida 
Home Economics 



JACKIE HALL 

California 



SAUNDRA HUDSON 
Illinois 






WANDA CARTER 

Ohio 
Physical Therapist 



MARJORIE JAMES 

New York 

Lab. Technician 




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CYNTHIA DENT 

Tennessee 
Doctor 



DELORES GORDON 

Arkansas 
Secretary 



ULYSSES HALL 
"Chico" 
Illinois 
Physicist 



ALBERT JOHNSON 
Alabama 
Doctor 





EUGENE FARRELL 

"Fergie" 

Illinois 

Business Executive 





ROBERT JONES 

Florida 

Psychiatrist 



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"Roosie" 
Florida 
Doctor 



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STEVEN JOSEPH 
"Stevie" 
Alabama 
Chaplain ( 



JAMES LOLLIS 

"Crip" 

Calif. 

Evangelist 




SHELTON KILBY 

"Eddie" 

Maryland 

Bus. Administrator 




JEAN KING 
Indiana 
Medicine 



OPHELIA LYNCH 
Illinois 

Nurse 
(Surgical 



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MERVETTA LISTER 

Texas 
Nurse 





GEORGE MORGAN 

Florida 

Agriculturalist 




JOSEPH MCCOY 

"Joe" 
Louisiana 
Minister 



VERNAL MURRAY 

"Hicks" 

Florida 

Contraaor 



JOAN REYNOLDS 

Tennessee 

Doctor 



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ANDREW WILLIAMS 

Wash., D. C. 

Minister 




AARON MILLS 

Wisconsin 

Artist 



OLEAN ROBERSON 

Wash., D. C. 

Lab Technician 




WYDDIE WIDEMAN 

Wash., D. C. 

Doctor 





Moncrief Anderson 
Louisiana 
Medical 
Missionarj' 




Gordon Campbell 
New York 
Physical Culturist 




David Gadlin 
Colorado 
Social Worker 



Fitzgerald Jenkins 
Tennessee 
Medical 
Missionary 




1959 SENIORS 




Benjamin Bandy 

Alabama 

Doctor 




Florence Carrigan 

Arkansas 

Nurse 




Lola Griffin 

Mississippi 

Nurse 




Earlene Bourage 
Mississippi 
Elementary Teacher 




Grace Custard 

Tennessee 

Anesthetist 




Luther Bowens 
So. Carolina 
Artist 




Lena Elium 

Florida 

Sociologist 




Melvyn Hayden 
Washington, D.C. 
Medical Evangelist 



Joyce Burris 

Louisiana 

Nurse 




Barbara Frazier 

Virginia 

Nurse 




Cherrie Gomez 

Missouri 

Secretary 



Harold Jacobs 

Alabama 

Biologist 



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James Johnson 

Alabama 

Dentist 




Sandra Praitt 

Indiana 

Librarian 



Kittie Wiggins 

Florida 

Nurse 




SENIORS 1959 




Edgar Landry 

Louisiana 

Doaor 



Alverda Miller 


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Janet Mitchell 




Alabama 


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Allen Robinson 
Alabama 
Bible Instructor 




Stephen Lewis 

Colorado 

Minister 




Robbye Nelson 

Florida 

Secretary 




Richard Long 

Ohio 

Lawyer 




Jean Neely 
Washington, D.C. 
Pediatrician 




Alveine Scott 

Florida 

Secretary 




Willie McCloud 
Florida 
Physical 
Therapist 




Joyce Oxley 
Louisiana 

Nurse 




Clarence 
Richards 
Alabama 
Doaor 



Victoria Wout 
Aruba (Nicolas) 
Nurse 



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JUNIORS 



Marion 

Allen 

1958-59 




Carol 

Campbell 

1958-59 




Vernell 

Floyd 

1958-59 



Ralph 
Johnson 
1958-59 










Valerie 

Allen 

1957-58 




Byron 

Cartwright 

1958-59 




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Joseph 
Green 
1958-59 



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Sewell 
Harrison 
1958-59 




John 

Beale 

1958-59 




Willie 

Cash 

1958-59 



Irene 

Jack 

1958-59 






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James 
Brown 

1957-58 




Annie 
Jackson 
1958-59 



Vera 

Burns 

1958-59 




Jeanette 
Lawrence 
1958-59 



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Phillip 

Lee 
1958-59 




Shelton 
Palmer 
1958-59 



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Marva 
Swanson 
1958-59 



Cherri 
Woodlief 
1958-59 






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Marshall 
1958-59 




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Lincoln 
Powell 
1958-59 



JUNIORS 




Lois 

Turner 
1958-59 



Willet 

Washington 

1957-58 




Augusta 
Mayes 
1958-59 




La Norvell 

Robertson 

1958-59 



John 
Williams 
1958-59 




Carol 

Millet 
1958-59 



Patricia 

Wilson 
1958-59 




Brenda 
Rucker 
1958-59 




Sylvia 

Wilson 
1957-58 




Jackie 
Mitchell 
1958-59 




Gwendolyn 

Smith 

1958-59 




Lorenzo 
Thomas 
1957-58 



Ollie 
Wright 
1957-58 



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Casandra Anderson 
58-59 




Jo Ann Irvin 

57-58 



SOPHOMORES 




James Barrett 
58-59 



Emmanuel Ellis 
58-59 




Lorraine Battle 

57-58 




William Frazier 
58-59 




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Edward Burgess 
58-59 




Walterine Hall 
58-59 




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58-59 




Micheal Jackson 
58-59 




Gloria Nixon 
58-59 




Myrna Johnson 
58-59 




Herbert Owens 
58-59 




Cecelia Wise 
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Curley Knight 
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Jeanette Rogers 
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Carolyn Smith 
58-59 




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57-58 




Carol Sterling 
58-59 




Jeanette Truevillian 
58-59 




Belvia Wright 
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ACORN STAFF 
Joseph, McCoy, Editor 




CHAPEL QUARTET 
Shelton Kiiby, Leader 




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Vernal Murray, President 

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ACADEMY CHOIR 
Mr. J. C. Pitts, Director 




TEMPERANCE SOCIETY 
Willie McCloud, President 





STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 
Clarence Richards, President 




USHER BOARD 
Wyddie Wideman, President 




CHEERING SQUAD 
Delores Gordon, Leader 



STUDENT SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

Shelton Kilby, Chairman 



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President 
Benjamin Bandy 




Treasurer 


Harold Jacobs 




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Joyce Oxley 




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Willie McCloud 



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Ralph Johnson 




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Mrs. F. Winslow 




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Ocadian Editor 




C. T. Richards 



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EDITORS 






Social 
Alverda Miller 



Academic 
Sandra Pruitt 



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C. T. Richards 





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Advertising 




Circulation 




Literary Advisor 




Carol Millet 



Oliver Palmer 



Fitz Jenkins 



Maxine Jacobs 



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Willie McCloud, President 



ORGANIZATIONS 




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LAUNDRY 

"This is the ivay we press our clothes 
so early in the morning". 



LABOR AND INDUSTRY 





DAIRY 

To keep our milk pure 



CAFETERIA 

Preparation for noon meal 





FARM 
Moo — la 



DORMITORY 

For a cleaner home 



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MAINTENANCE 
The G-Men 




CAMPUS USUAL 





That's One Way to Cheat The Barber 



Everybody's Favorite Meeting Place 
The Snack Bar 




Go West young man 




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Being Courteous 



Where is your campus permit? 



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'Rochester" at study? 




"Where two or three are 
gathered in My name." 




Jones Brothers at study making an impression 

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We gather together . . 





Bookworms? 



Talking of last year, it was so much fun. 




A howling success 




He's late again. 



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Delores Gordon, Aaron Mills 




MOST POPULAR 

Alverda Miller, Vernal Murray 




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MOST COURTEOUS 
Joyce Oxley, Wyddie Wideman 



MOST HUMOROUS 
Ollie Wright, Larry Martin 




MOST ATTRACTIVE 
Carol Campbell, Gordon Campbell 




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MOST STUDIOUS 
Cynthia Dent, Murray Harvey 




BEST INSTRUMENTALIST 

Harriett Golson, Eddie Kilby 



vTIVES 





TALLEST AND SHORTEST 

Monroe Burgess, Dorothy Knight 

Herbert Owens, Mervetta Lister 




BEST SINGING VOICE 
Patricia Terrell, Murray Harvey 



BEST PERSONALITY 

Sterline Haynes, Joseph McCoy 





BEST SKATERS 
Dorothy Knight, Ulysses Hall 



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MOST ATHLETIC 
Katie Wiggins, Vernal Murray 




Pennie Lister, Richard Long 





William Frazier, Ida Morgan 




Willie Cash, Steven Lewis. 




Olivia Eilum, James Hudson 



Joyce Oxley, Clarence Richards 



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Lois Farrington, Melvyn Hayden 



Belvia Wright, Murray Harvey 
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Nancy Robertson, LaNorvell Robertson ( 




Moncrief Anderson, Marion Monroe 



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Katie Wiggins, Luther Bowens 




Victoria Wout, Gordon Campbell 




Charlita Brantley, Matthew Green 




Joanne Bailey, Frederick Crawford 
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Irene Jack, S. J. Harrison 




Rachel Mouzon, Herbert Owens 




Geraldine Seard, James Meredith 



SPORTS 




The Mighty Netburners 
Oakwood College League Champs 
Games tvon 11 Games Lost 1 




"The Yac Express" 
Our Favorite Train 




Just One Inch More 
Hicks in The Stretch 




"Easy, George. They're In!" 




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SPORTS 



10 seconds to go, we've 
got to break this tie 



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THE OCADIANS 
Basketball Team 

Harold Jacobs forward 

Luther Bowens forward 

Robert Crimes forward 

LaNorvell Robertson 

Huey Anderson 

Richard Long fonvard 

Willie Mc'Cloud center 

Fitzgerald Jenkins coach 

(squatting) 

{Not pictured) 

Stephen Lewis guard 

Willard Lewis guard 

James Hudson guard 



THE FLAMES 
Girls' Basketball Team 

Betty Lewis forward 

Roberta Robinson guard 

Ester Faulkener guard 

Nellie Jackson center 

Liddie Key forward 

Fannie Burke center 

{kneeling) 

Kattie Wiggans captain 

Nancy Robinson coach 

{Not pictured) 

JoAnn Bailey guard 

Charlita Brantley guard 

Daisy Bright forward 




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He flies through 

the air with the greatest 

of ease 



Get it ! ! ! 








RECREATION 






The tumbling team 



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Nothing to it 



Felicitations Seniors 
from 



THE SOUTH ATLANTIC 

CONFERENCE OF 

SEVENTH - DAY 

ADVENTISTS 

LAND OF OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUTH 



Elder J. H. Wagner 
President 



Elder N. G. Simons 
Secretary-Treasurer 





New South Atlantic Conference Office 



Devotion - Progress - Beauty 



New South Atlantic Conference Atlanta Jr. Academy 




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COMPLIMENTS 
Of The 

NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 
OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 

560 West 150th Street 
New York 31, N. Y. 

"One of the Fastest Growing Conferences With A 
Net Gain of AOO in Membership in 1951" 



H. D. SINGLETON 
President 



F. L. JONES 
Treasurer 



BEST WISHES 
from 



THE SOUTH CENTRAL 
CONFERENCE 



W. W. Fordham, 


President 


M. G. Goto 




N. A. Lindsay 




F. H. Jenkins 




J. Vines 




0. Mackey 




C. Woods 





L. E. Ford, Secretary-Treasurer 

Publishing Department 
Home Missionary, 
Sabbath School 
Y. P. M. V. and 
Educational Department 
Publishing Department 
Publishing Department 
Book and Bible House 



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SOUTHWEST REGION 

CONFERENCE 

OF S.D.A. 

p. O. Box 6289 
Dallas, Texas 

V. L. ROBERTS — President 
J. E. Merideth — Treasurer 



L MILLER AND SON 

SCRAP METAL DEALER 
• NEW STEEL— WELDING RODS 
AND EQUIPMENT 

201 - 221 8th Street N.W. 
Phone JE 6-1521 Huntsville, Ala. 



Best Wishes 
from 

IDEAL BAKERY 



UNION DRY GOODS 
COMPANY 

1 12 Jefferson Street 
Your Trade Appreciated 



Compliments of 

THE UNITED STUDENT 
MOVEMENT 



Garland Millet 
President 

Jewelene Jones 
Secretory 

Miss Cordell Evans 
Sponsor 



C. E. BENNETT 

SELLS FOR LESS 

Shoes — Ready-To- Wear — Dry Goods 

Cullman, Ala. Huntsville, Ala. 



DILWORTH LUMBER COMPANY 

415 North Church Street JE. 4-7374 

Huntsville, Alabama 



BURKETT INCORPORATED 



The Book Shop 
Russell Erskine Building 
JE 2-5752 



School Supply Company 

300 Governors Drive 

JE 9-1961 



Ira M. Terry 



T. T. TERRY'S 

South Side Square 
OWNERS 



Jas. H. Terry 



BECKERS DEPARTMENT STORE 



PIANO SALES SERVICE 

ROY CADLE 

621 N. Meridan St. Dial JE 6-2322 



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You Want The Best 






You Want 






ROBERT'S 






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1 lb. 1 


.40 


Pine Nuts, Pignolias 


1 lb. 1 


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Peanut Butter, Raw 


1 lb. 


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Almond Butter, Raw 


1 lb. 2.35 


Cashew Butter, Raw 


1 lb. 1 


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Coconut Meal 


1 1 oz. 


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Coconut Shreds 


1 1 oz. 


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Heaith-Va Halvah 


bar 


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Carob Fudge 


box 


.30 


Sesame Coconut Soap 


3 bars 


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Robert's quality products are available at all 
Health and Dietary Food Stores. Kindly ask 
your dealer. 

FREE! Sesame Seed — on important 
food by Dr. Royai Lee. This brochure mailed 
to you for the asking. Write to: 

L. E. Robert Co. 

792 Union St. 
Brooklyn 15, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

THE UNITED STUDENT 
MOVEMENT 

Charles Bridges President 

Frankie Fordhom Secretary 

Edward Mattox Treasurer 

Kenneth Lester Religious Vice-President 

Ellis Young Social Vice-President 

Dr. William A. Osborne Sponsor 

Prof. Gaines R. Partridge Acting Sponsor 



Compliments of 

HOPPER HARDWARE 
& MILL SUPPLY. INC. 

300 Madison St. 
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 



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Phone JE 2-8444 



Compliments of 

CUMMINGS-IVY 

REAL ESTATE 

COMPANY 

7]/2 East Side Square JE 2-8424 

Huntsville; Alabama 



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SUCCESS! 

BOOTH'S STUDIO 

"Our Acorn Photographer" 
JE 6-9931 Church Street 

Huntsville, Alabama 



Best Wishes 

From 



OLIN MATHIESON CHEMICAL 
CORPORATION 

Alabama Chemical Corporation 
Huntsville, Alabama 



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PACIFIC UNION CONFERENCE 

Regional Department 

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President F. W. Schnepper 

Secretary W. J. Blacker 

Regional Secretary W. S. Lee 

TERRITORY 

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Proposed Girls' Dormitory 



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Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 

for further information, write to 

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SOUTHERN SHOES 



TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPE 



1 19 Northside Square 



THE JEWEL SHOP 

Lyric Theater Building 



BUFORD MOTOR COMPANY 



THE ARMY ■— NAVY STORE 



No. 7 Southside Square 



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SERVICE COMPANY 

Huntsville Alabama 

JE 2-3525 

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Of The 

NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 
OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 

506 West 1 50th Street 
New York 31, N. Y. 

"One of the Fastest Growing Conferences With A 
Net Gain of 400 in Membership in 1957" 



H. D. SINGLETON 
President 



F. L. JONES 
Treasurer 



Compliments 
of 



JEFFERSON & MAHONEY 



BUSANNS' SHOES 

"Correct Fitting Assured" 
Corner, Twickenham Building 



Compliments 
of 

HUNTSVILLE'S 

HOTEL 
ASSOCIATION 



Compliments 
of 

PEARSALL'S 

FLOWER 

SHOP 



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of 

HUNTSVILLE 

RETAIL 

FURNITURE 

DEALERS 

ASSOCIATION 



M. Thomas 
Secretary 



UNIVERSAL PHOTO SHOP 



115 East Clinton Street 




DUNNAVANrS 



Clothing for the entire family 
Furnishings for the home 



H. C. BLAKE 
COMPANY 



Heating 

Iron — Fireman — Stokers 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical Wiring 

No. 3 South Side Square Jefferson 4-0781 

Huntsville, Alabama 



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MAPLE'S SHEET 
METAL COMPANY 

JF 6-1101 



Success 



BUSINESS EQUIPMENT 
COMPANY 



1 16 So. Jefferson 



JF 4-1624 



Established 1923 



ROSE JEWELRY 

'Frank Brothers' 
on the squore 

We appreciate your patronage. 



In Huntsville — Visit 



FOWLER'S 



Clothing 



Shoes 



DRAKE TAXI CO. 

Cabs dispatched by 2-way radio 

Pronnpt — Efficient — Service 

DAY or NIGHT 

HUNTSVILLE'S SENIOR 
CAB SERVICE 



HAROLD'S 

North Side Square 



Parkway 



Center 



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Dial JE 2-3535 



Huntsville 



Compliments of 



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COMPANY 



THE 
HUTCHENS CO. 

Established 1886 

Wholesale and Retail 

Hardware — Householdware 

Sporting Goods — Toys 

Plumbing & Electrical Supplies 

VISIT OUR GIFT SHOP 

Two Stores To Serve You 
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J. H. Wagner 

Pres. 

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Sec. -Trees. 



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ATLANTIC 
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SOUTHERN UNION SCHOOL 
OF BIBLE PROPHECY 

Is carrying the message rapidly to the homes of the millions in the Southland. 

After seven years of service 

650,000 Enrolled to study our Bible lessons. 
17,500 Made decisions for Christ and the keeping of God's true Sabbath. 
5,000 Already baptized and united with the church. 

About ten million lessons and pieces of literature distributed. 

Are you asking neighbors and friends to sign for these lessons? 

Write for your supplies to: 

SCHOOL OF BIBLE PROPHECY 

Box 5388, Station E 
Atlanta 1 , Ga. 



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1958 Quadrennial Session 

Genera! Conference of Seventh-day 

Adventists 

Columbia Union Conference of SDA 
7710 Carroll Avenue 
Washington 12, D.C. 

V. G. Anderson, President 
C. H. Kelly, Secretary-Treasurer 




The Columbia Union Conference is proud to be the host Union for this world session. 
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of 

OAKWOOD COLLEGE 



BUTLER FROZEN FOODS 



Compliments of 

THE DAVY SHOP 

"Home of Finer Fashions" 



Compliments of 

CLIFT AND HOLMBERG, INC. 

Men's and Boys' Wear 



Compliments of 

THE GLENN MANNING CO. 



INSURERS OF 
HUNTSVILLE 

INSURERS RENDER HIGHEST 
TYPE INSURANCE SERVICE 



Compliments of 

THE WOODWARD BROTHERS 

Fruits & Vegetables 



Compliments of 

LEEDS JEWELERS 



Huntsville 



Alabama 



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DeWitts S. Williams Joint Editors Gail Cathcart 

Delores Breach CoPY Editor 

Betty Monford Assistant Copy Editor 

Louis Williams ^'* ^^'**°* 

Burks Holland Assistant Art Editor 

Vernal Murray Circulation Manager 

Nathaniel Dennison Business Manager 

James Street Business Manager 

Samue! Coleman Advertising Manager 

Walter Fordham Advertising Manager 

William Wright Assistant 

Rose Gantt TyPJ** 

Margaret Norman Typist 

Zella Fordham Typist 

Vernese Jenkins Typist 

Jane Yeats Typist 

Christiene Green Typist 

Louise Hill Typist 

Toye Broadway Typist 

Sandra Sharp Typist 

Donald Hayes Student Photographer 

Mr. Booth Photographer 

Mr. Adel Warren Financial Advisor 

Dr. Z. H. Cobe rly Sponsor 

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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



COLLEGE DIRECTORY— 1958 

Akridge, Colin Percy 83 Lewis Street, Englewood, N. J. 

Anderson, Beverly Ann 1254 South Broadway, Dayton, 0. 

Anderson, Leslie Otto 304 Ridge Street, Steelton, Pa. 

Andrews, Janet 1 156 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

Arties, Elvira Yvonne 555 West 151st St., N. Y. 31, N. Y. 

Arvinger, Vera Z. 33-36 97th St,, Corona Long Island, N. Y. 

Boll, Myra Jean 1327 Congress St., Mobile, Ala. 

Barbour, Henry 473 Yougene Curve, Montgomery, Ala. 

Barnes, William Warren 1202 Staunton Ave., N. W. 

Roanoke, Va. 

Beale, Elizabeth M. (Mrs.) Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Bedgood, Tom, Jr. 710 Oklahoma St., Indianola, Miss. 

Bellinger, Roy 1808 W. Galena St., Milwaukee, Wise. 

Benefield, Doris Deloris 21 Andros Ave., Staten Island 3, N. Y. 

Benjamin. Corine 905 W. Marion St., Florence, S. C. 

Berry, Clara Frances 3344 West Tuskegee Circle, 

Montgomery 5, Ala. 

Berry, Dorothy Jean 3344 West Tuskegee Circle, 

Montgomery 5, Ala. 

Beville, Lucendia 403 Yerby Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

Black, Carole Elizabeth 123 West 31st Lane, Savannah, Ga. 

Bond, Lilly : 716 Pine St., Norfolk, Vo. 

Boone, Eddie James 1436 Bragg St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Bowman, James L., Jr. R.F.D. No. 3 Smithfield, Pa. 

Bowman, Tecora Mae R.F.D. No. 3, Smithfield, Pa. 

Bradley, Gwyndolyn V. Rt. 1, Box 36, Calhoun, Ala. 

Branch, Betty Brutoh __ 1615 South Victoria, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Brantley, Charlotte Marie Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Brantley, Elysee D. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Brantley, Kenneth David Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Braswell, Cecelia Ann Route 1, Box 162, Daytona Beach, Flo. 

Breach, Dolores Anita 8 "F" St., Charleston, S. C. 

Breach, Emma Julia 8 "F" St., Charleston, S. C. 

Breach, Marcellus 8 "F" St., Charleston, S. C. 

Bridges, Charles W., Jr. 1521 Menio Place, Columbus, 0. 

Briggs, Eloise 1661 Second Ave., Macon, Go. 

Brooks, Florence J. 55 Broad St., Georgetown, Br. Guiana 

Broorries, Lloyd Rudy 10 "A" St., N. J. 

Brown, Anne Carolyn 823 Alexander St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Brown, Arlie, 823 Alexander St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Brown, Carrie Mae 823 Alexander St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Brown, Marvin General Delivery, Slick, Okla. 

Brown, Olice General Delivery, Slick, Okla. 

Brummell, Olivia Route 1, Box 125, Clarksville, Va. 

Bryan, Phyllis Jean 1000 West Pine St., Independence, Kan. 

Bryant, James Vongoethe 144 Carver Ave., Atmore, Ala. 

Buddy, Clifton A La Taste, St. Patrick's, Grenada, B. W. I. 

Bullard, Naomi 1324 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 36, Flo. 

Byrd, Freddie Jane 621 E. 34th Lane, Savannah, Ga. 

Colder, Jenefer Elvelina Beterverwagting, E. C. Demerara, 

Br. Guiana 

Calhoun, Frances B. 314 Beard St., Greensville, S. C. 

Carlos, John Weslly 160-25, 119 Road, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Cdryle, Sylvene M. 875 Hornoday Place, Bronx, N. Y. 

Cortwright, Harry A 7th Ave. 131, Dania, Fla. 

Cartwright, Reuben 7th Ave. 131, Dania, Fla. 

Cathcart, Gail Helen RR. No. 3, Milan, Mich. 

Chandler, Saundra E. 543 West 141st St., New York, N. Y. 

Cheatham, Charles Leo Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Cliett, Van Albert 62 C Tindall Hights, Macon, Ga. 

Cole, Madison Clair 101 River, Delaware, 0. 

Coleman, Charlotte Louise 409-B Simington, Mobile, Ala. 

Coleman, Leo 409-B Simington Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

Coleman, Mgrgaret 1876 Vine St., Denver, Colo. 

Coleman, Samuel 396 S. Prof. St., Oberlin, 0. 

Collins, John Saunders 140 West 175th St, Bronx 53, N. Y. 

Cooper, Marjorie Ophelic Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Cox, Melvin 200-33rd St., N.E., Washington, D.C. 

Cox, Sherman Haywood 2017 Mucollouh St., Baltimore, Md. 

Crawford, Alfonso 2432 Ave. "C", Birmingham, Ala. 

Crider, Herman M. 1478 East 114th St., Cleveland, O. 

Crosdale, Carole 0. 3087 Sacramento, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Crockett, Eleanor Leana 1251-26 St., Newport News, Va. 

Cummings, Benjamin 225 Harrington Ave, So. St Peters- 
burg, Fla. 
Cummings, Leanord Mullins 966 Eighth St., Jacksonville, Flo. 



Davis, Bettie, Mrs. - Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Davis! Hattie Elizabeth 607 Quarry St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Davis, Howard Eugene 5346 S. Indiana Ave., Chicago 15, III. 

Davis, James Dennis 3596 Guthrie St., East Chicago, Ind. 

Davis, Sylvia 121 Pearl St., Danville, Va. 

Dawes, Pearline Louise Knock Patrick, Jamaica, B. W. I. 

Dean, Arnole Andrew Market St., So. Nassau, Bahamas 

Dean', Iris Erna 1716 N.E. Euclid, Oklahoma City Okla. 

Dean, Malcolm James Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Dent, Bob L. 1223-77th Ave., Oakland 21, Calif. 

Dobbins, Harry Dickerson, Jr. 11313 Whitmore, Cleveland, O. 

Doqqette, Herbert Richard, Jr. 317 Reid Ave, Brooklyn 33, 

N. Y. 

Dorsett, Dorothy 652 S. W. 7th St., Homestead, Fla. 

Douglas, Sylvia Yvonne 4431 "Z" St., San Diego, Calif. 

Dowd, Carrie Ester Star Route, Box 21, Brooksville, Miss. 

Dragg'on, Leonard Winston Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Duckworth, Jewellene 435 Main St., Steelton, Pa. 

Edwards, Mildred 505 Weinache Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

Evans, Betty Jane 6422 Marchand St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Eversl'ey, Elva Lucille 487 Classon Ave., Brooklyn 38, N. Y. 

Forrior, Kenneth Earl P.O. Box 80, Pink Hill, N. C. 

Felder, William Donald, Jr. 238 East 128th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Fenison, Eddie 1721 North Court St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Fernander, Roy Milton __ Cockburn Town, San Salvador, Bahamas 

Fisher, Albert L., Jr. Route 1, Box 799, Birmingham, Ala. 

Forbes, Carole Jean 1 Oak St., Rockaway, N. J. 

Fordham, Lois Frankie 3609 Batavia St., Nashville, Tenn. 

Fordham, Walter, Jr. 3609 Batavia St., Nashville, Tenn. 

Francis, Altamont Simeon 30 Church St., Mo. Bay, Jamaica 

Frazier, Judyette Delores 1210 Wall St., Norfolk, Va. 

Fullard, Ada Lou 3109 West Diamond St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fuller, Joyce Marie Route 1, Box 28 A, Frieson, La. 

Gantt, Rose Ellen Route 1, Box 387, Lanham, Md. 

Garner, Dorothy Jeanne P.O. Box 1474, Delray Beach, Fla. 

Gellineau, Stondley Louis 494 Manhattan Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 

Gipson, Mattie Louise 1802 Lake St., Dothan, Ala. 

Green, Jacquelyne F. 6224 South Park, Chicago, III. 

Green, Shirley Ann 6224 South Park, Chicago, III. 

Gwynne, Juliette 117 Flint St. Danville, Va. 

Hale, Ruth C. (Mrs.) Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Hall,' Wilbert Box 135, Lemont Furnace, Pa. 

Han'non, Minnie Lou 350]/2, Mobile, Ala. 

Harris, Agnes A. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Harris, Clevon East 8th, Sylacauga, Ala. 

Harris, Delois East 8th, Sylacauga, Ala. 

Hayes, Donald Eugene 2015 Hillcrest Drive, Los Anaeles, 

Calif. 

Henley, Charles 60 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 

Hicks, Mina June 1722 Green St., Selma, Ala. 

Higgs, Nathaniel George R.E. No. 2, Salwm, N. J. 

Hill, Billy Lawrence 1137 Pierce Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Hinds, Rudloph Ewart Enmore Estate, East C. Demerara, 

Br. Guiana 

Holcombe, Essie Jean 107 Jackson St., Darlington, S. C. 

Holmes, Lavelle P.O. Box 446, Belzoni, Miss. 

Hopkins, Nina Jean 2508 Gladstone Ave., Bessemer, Ala. 

Hoyle, Marie Antoinette 534 Smythe Curve, Montgomery, 

Ala. 

Hucks, Willie Edward Rt. 2, Box 46, Goldsbora, N. C. 

Hutchinson, Richard Tyrone 148 West 1 18th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Jackson, Amelia N. 104 Mt. Vernon St., Camden, N. J. 

Jackson, Cecil Augustus 633 North 32nd St., Philadelphia, 

Pa, 

Jackson, Kenneth S. 3330 N. 18th St., Philadelphia 40, 

Pq, 

Jackson, Mary Elizabeth 19 South 11th St,, Wilmington, 

N, C. 

Jacobs, Lawrence, Jr. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala, 

Jenkins, Enoch Byron 41 1 Watson Ploce, S,E., Canton, O, 

Jenkins, Philip Wesley, Rt, 3, Cassopolis, Mich, 

Johnson, Dorothy Mae 1 1933 Oberlin Drive, Dallas, Tex, 

Johnson, Kelly Leon Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala, 

Johnson, Verlene Virginia Rt. 1, Box 19, Arcadia, Okla. 

Jones, Betty Ann Rt. 3, Box 135, Millsboro, Del, 

Jones, David Mathis 892 Van Buren St., Jacksonville, Flo. 



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Jones, Esther Lena 7335 Vassar Rd., Otisville, Mich. 

Jones, Genevieve 1836 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jones, Paul Robert Route 3, Box 5167, Oroville, Colif. 

Jones, Raleigh James . . 150 North Main St., East Longmeadow, 

Mass. 

Keith, Dennis Collins R.D. No. 2, Box 213, Boyertown, Pa. 

Knight, Robert Odell Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Lacy, Lawrence 733 Calvert, Detroit, Mich. 

Lee, Ella Ruth 1001 Justice Ave., Charlotte 6, N. C. 

Lester, Kenneth Melven 1 1 02-A Cumberland Rd., Harris- 
burg, Po. 

Lewis, Jannith Louise Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Lewis, Willie Building 21, Apt. 2, Murhison Terrace, 

Orlando, Flo. 

Lester, Mary Ann 1 1 02-A Cumberland Rd., Harrisburg, 

Pa. 

Martin, Jane Rose 1622 North Taxas, Lake City, Fla. 

Martin, Mamie L. 1622 North Taxas St., Lake City Fla. 

Martin, Mary M. 1622 North Taxas St., Lake City, Fla. 

Mattox, Edward, Jr. 785 West Main St. Ct., Chatta- 
nooga 3, Tenn 

Mattox, Theresa Anne 785 West Main St. Ct., Chatta- 
nooga 3, Tenn. 

Maupin, Lolita Marie 4510 Greenwood Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

McAllister, Alden Rutherford 5033 Market St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

McKnight, Claude Vernell 4 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McNeil, Marian Claudette R.F.D. No. 2, Box 352, Wil- 
mington, N. C. 

Meadows, Verna Lucille ^- 10835 Tuttle Hill Road, Milan, Mich. 

Mendes, Edward 1110 "F", Detroit, Mich. 

Miller, Francis Alvin 6434 Mt. Morris Road, Mt. Morris, 

Mich. 

Millet, Garland Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Miner, Simeon, Jr. 628 East Boston Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 

Minor, Jo Ann Alisa 4204 Sunset Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

Monford, Bettye Lou 1 10 West Oak Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

Monk, John Paul 2036 North 25th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Monk, Melvyn Donald 1940 Harlan St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Monroe, Gertrude Delores R.D. No. 2, Enlenton, Pa. 

Moore, Lonzell Edwin 4604 Market, East St. Louis, 111. 

Moorer, Frank Edward 1722 Green St., Selma, Ala. 

Morgan, Willie Iretha 414 N.W. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla. 

Mosby, Geneva R.D. No. 1, Korns City, Pa. 

Mosley, Mildred Louise 1303 Church, Wilmington, N. C. 

Mouzon, Hector Melvin, Jr. Rt. 3, Box 2201/2, Huntsville, 

Ala. 

Msumba, Cameron Akim 645 S.W. Lake Ave., Los Anpeles, 

Calif. 

Mullins, Leonard 269 Lenox Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Neely, Anita Claudina 1401 Emerson St., N.W., 

Washington, D.C. 

Norman, Maxine Jacqueline 11514 Ave. 22V2, Chaw- 

cholla 3, Calif. 

O'Bryant, George Henry ^ 756 Walnut St., Garden 3, N. J. 

Parker, James 823 Bilbro St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Peterson, Doris Ann Route 2, Box 72-A, Red Springs, 

N. C. 

Paul, Finister Lloyd 6 Dasent St., San Fernando, Trinidad 

Pearson, George Isaac, Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Penniman, Richard Wayne 1710 Va. Road, Los Anoe'es, 

Calif. 

Pettiford, Carolyn Linda 3726 South Gallatin, Marion, Ind. 

Phillips, Geraldine Theodora 511 East Lemon St., Fitgerald, 

Ga. 

Phillips, Hurley M. 3315 Drexel Place, Cincinnati, 0. 

Pickens, Essie Mae 1925 Apt. 1, Davision, West Palm Beach, 

Fla. 

Pickett, Jeannette 3702 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Poole, Janet Lorraine 3313 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Porter, Beverly Jean Route 1, Box 1471, Lathrop, Calif. 

Porter, Shirley Anne Route 1, Box 1471, Lathrop, Calif. 

Powell, Clara Mae 408 Howard Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Powell, Calvin Alvin Route 4, Box 223, Blakely, Ga. 

Powell, Katheryne Ruth Route 4, Box 223, Blakely, Ga. 

Powell, Mable Odessa Route 4, Box 223, Blakely, Go. 

Rood, Joseph, Jr. 448 Emslie St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Reid, Albert James 319 Johnson Lane, East St. Louis, III. 

Ricks, Columbus Burgess Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Rivers, Beryl Thomas Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Roberson, Charlotte 2602 Wood Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Roberson, Vivian Aberdeen 2606 Wood Ave., Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

Robinson, Calvin 1823 Pulaski St., Columbia, S. C. 

Roberts, Enoch Jamicia's Village St. John's, Antigau, B. W. I. 



Roberts, Juereta Dale 2301 Howard, Little Rock, Ark. 

Rogers, Shirley Jacqualine Box 151 -A, North Kenova, 0. 

Royster, Loretta __. 3738 Stockton, Detroit, Mich. 

Ruffin, Jocelyn Mae 245 W. 38th Place, No. 284, Chicaqo, 

III. 

SantaMaria, Nester 1803 Jefferson Ave., New Orleans, La. 

Shand Lance Oakwood College Huntsville, Ala. 

Shipman Ralph Edward, Jr. 1124 Lake St., Montgomery 5, 

Ala. 

Simmons, Levira Edella 208 West 1 1th Court, Birmingham, 

Ala. 

Simmons, Ozell Route 9, Box 417 E, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Singleton, Mercedes 560 W. 150th St., New York, N. Y. 

Siwundhla, Alice Princess 91-13 187th Place, Hollis 23, 

N. Y. 

Siwundhla, Hulme Thamie 91-13 187th Place, Hollis 23, 

N. Y. 

Smith, Annie Lois 2504 11th, Bessemer, Ala. 

Smith, Emily V. 813 W. Arlington Ave., Savannah, Ga. 

Smith, Eugene Norton 1863 Denison, Little Rock, Ark. 

Smith, Kenneth Box 581-D, St. Helen, Calif. 

Snowden, Romaine Russell 5529 Bell Place, N.E., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Steward, Catherine Route 1, Box 161-B, Avon Park, Fla. 

Stidham, Robert Coleman 4404 Drexel, Chicago, 111. 

Street, James Howard, Jr. 129 West 1st Ave., Conscho- 

hocken. Pa. 

Sumpter, Agnes Bernice Route 1, Box 181, Hawthorne, Fla. 

Swinton, Harry Willie 106 W. William St., Sumter, S. C. 

Taylor, Ella Marie (Mrs.), _ _ Route 9, Box 904, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Taylor, Mildred Ruth 35-50 21st St., Astoria 6, Long 

Island, N. Y. 

Taylor, Otis, Jr. 509 Welch, Wichita Falls, Tex. 

Taylor, Stuart Alden 185 Howell St., Providence, R. I. 

Thomas, Clarence L., Ill Route 1, Box 162, Castle Haynes, 

N. C. 

Thomas, Verna Victoria 472 South Hall St., Montgomery, 

Ala. 

Tillman, James H. 1806 North Lambert St., Philadelphia 21, 

Pa. 

Turner, Alma Athalee 721 N.W. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, 

Fla. 

Turner, Ellen 721 N.W. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Turner, Rosie _. 721 N.W. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Tyler, Carroll WilJiam 1390 Clinton, Ave., No. 4-C, Bronx 

56, N. Y. 

Usher, Enid Joyce 936 Putnum Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Vanderberg, Enunice E. Route 3, Cassopolis, Mich. 

Vaz, Agnes Fredrica Oakwood College, Ala. 

Vaz, Kenneth Clonville Oakwood College, Ala. 

Wagner, Carole Lo'veine --. 1893 Penelope Rd. N.W., Atlanta, 

Ga. 

Walker, Barbara Ann 181 Putnam St., New Haven, Conn. 

Wallace, Jessie General Delivery, McClellanville, S. C. 

Watts, Pauline Mildred -- Box 72 Grand River State, Detroit, 

Mich. 
Webb, Jacqueline Maxine _._ 516 Belvedere, San Francisco, Calif. 

Webb, Nancy Jean 516 Belvedere, San Francisco. Calif. 

Weithers W Wallace, Jr. - Perry Cap, Roebuck St., Bridgetown 

Barbados B. W. I. 
Wells, Gerals Nathaniel _^ General Delivery, Delray Beach, Flo. 
Whaley, Walton Sanford _„ 682 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Whitoker, Annie Mae Route 6, Box 122, Greenville, N. C. 

White, Albert 533 South 4th St., Muskogee, Okla. 

White', Josephine 1 328-26th St., Bessemer, Ala. 

White, Joycie L. 605 N. Price St., Dothan, Ala. 

Williams, Dewitt Stanton __ 144 Egerton Ave., Glenside, Pa. 

Williams, Everard Horton 2801 Wheeler St., Houston, Texas 

Williams, Helen Ann 120 Cannon St., S. C. 

Williams, Japhena Olivia 2801 Wheeler St., Houston, Texas 

Williams, Louis Joseph 2233 Texas St., Baton Rough, La. 

Williams, Nellie Mae 729 Cory Ave., Bessemer, Ala. 

Wilson, Lloyd Henderson, Jr. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Wilson, Ruth 224 Hill St., Danville, Virginia 

Wilson^ Vivion Marie 806 Wesley Ave., Grennville, Tenn. 

Winslow, Florence M. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Winston,' Frances Josephine 1714 Green St., Selma, Ala. 

Wren, Morris Lee 2030 Nebraska, San Antonio, Texas 

Yates' Edcort David 3404 Huffaker St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Yates' Juana Isabella 4410 37th St., Tampa, Fla. 

Yelder, Britta 1314 Basil St., Mobile, Ala: 

Youngi Ellis Collins Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Young Loretta 2461 Post St., San Francisco, Calf. 

Young P J 5100 N,W. 29th Ave., Miami, Fla. 



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Alves, Clayton 13 Hull Court, Stratford, Conn. 

Anderson, Ledeil 1902 Glass St., Prichard, Ala. 

Baker, Levy Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Baker, Thelma 351 Claremont Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

Banks, Haisey , 278 Hough Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Barbour, Harold 473 Yougene Curve, Montgomery, Ala. 

Barnett, Alberta Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Barron, Richord 981 No. 19 St., East Orange, N. J. 

Batts, Dervie 620 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Bennett, Johnny Prairie, Ala. 

Best, James 13 Orange St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Bethel, Carletha 15735 N. W. 27th Ave., Opa Locka, Fla. 

Boykins, Geneva 1208 Fair St., Waycross, Ga. 

Bray, Bunnie 41 1 College Ave., Gainesville, Ga. 

Brown, Barbara 1629 North 28th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brown, Charlie 216 N. 7 St., Greensville, Miss. 

Brown, Jacquelyn 1629 North 28th St., Philadelphia, Po. 

Campbell, Charles __ 2490 N. W. 16th St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Carter, Wanda 283 North Main St., Oberlin, Ohio 

Cayton, Mollissie 5044 S. 21st Place, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Christy, Marie 2202 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clark, William 3138 Harrison Street, Inpster, Mich. 

Clavon, Alvin 8054 Wykes St., Detriot, Mich. 

Crosby, Jimmie - Route 7, Box 103, Laurel, Miss. 

Delecia, Grace 3501 Freret, New Orlean, La. 

Dennis, Norma 710 Ninth St., West Palm Seach, Fla. 

Dennison, John 11406 Alabama St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Dennison, Nathanael 1 1406 Alabama St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Dennison, Timothy 1 1406 Alabama St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Dillet, Valarie 7020 S. Michigan, Chicago, III. 

Dixon, Shirlee 829 Fell St., San Francisco, Calif. 

Douthard, William 634 Bolander Ave., Dayton, Ohio 

Douglas, Beverly 4431 "Z" St., San Diego, Calif. 

Douglas, Shirley 460 Bass St., Holly Hill, Florida 

Douglas, Shirley 460 Bass St., Holly Hill, Fla. 

Durham, Velma Jo P.O. Box 1347, Muskogee, Okia. 

Emerson, Marile Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Farrell, Samuel Pleasant Ave., Box 940, Medford 1, N. Y. 

Fordham, Zella 2014 West Tioga, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Galley, Anna Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Garner, Barbara P.O. Box 1474, Delray Beach, Fla. 

Germany, Everlyno 1705- 18th St., Ensley, Ala. 

Gill, Conrad 130 Lincoln Ave., Penn You, N. Y. 

Golson, Harriett Route 9, Box 422-A, Jacksonville, Flo. 

Gooding, Alecia __ Hospital Ground No. 171, Charlotte Amalie, 

St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands 

Green, David 627 Industrial Ave., Dansville, Va. 

Greene, Christina — 1 1 2 W. 138th St., No. 3-F, New York, N. Y. 

Greenlee, George 627 Taylor Ave., Columbus, Ga. 

Hall, Jackie 701 East 48th St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Hall, Ulysses 5412 S. Parkway, Chicago, III. 

Hammond, Eugenia P.O. Box 917, Andrews, S. C. 

Hammond, William P.O. Box 917, Andrews, S. C. 

Hannum, Hetha 1701 Western Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 

Hardeman, Alphohso __ 2726 Baker Ridge Drive, N.W., Atlanta, 

• Ga. 

Harris, James 1312 North 14th St., Kansas City 2, Mo. 

Harris, Voici 623 South Ross, Tyler, Texas 

Hoyden. Maurice 3953 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. 

Henry, Wilma 512 West Clark St., Springfield, Ohio 

Hicks, Mattie 424 Yougene Curve, Montgomery, Ala. 

Hill, Louise 1554 Linden St., Augusta, Ga. 

Hines, Faye 1813 North Page Ave., Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Holland, Burks 842 W. 29th St., Indianapolis 23, Ind. 

Holland, Vivian 842 W. 29th St., Indianapolis 23, Ind. 

Howard, Rosetta 617 Rosemont Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

Howell, Everette Checker Hall,- St. Lucy, Barbados 

Hudson, Sandra 3125 West 15th St., Chicago, III. 

Hunt, Wilmer 4707 Piney Branch Rd., N.W., Washington 

11, D.C. 

Ingram, Sylvia P.O. Box 422, Moorhead, Miss. 

Jackson, Emanuel 269 Swannee Ave., Atlanta 4, Ga. 

Jackson, Lynn 349 S. Pleasant, Oberlin, Ohic 

Jackson, Onnie 912 Haskel, Kansas City, Kan. 

Jackson, William 263 W. 123rd St., New York 27, N. Y. 

James, Delores 47 Downing St., Brooklyn 38, N. Y. 

James, Marjorie 98 Waverly Ave., Brooklyn 5, N. Y. 

Jenkins, Vernease 1578 Lindeh St., Augusta, Ga. 

Johnson, Albert Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala 

Johnson, Alene 610 East 33rd St., Savannah, Go. 

Johnson, Zenobia 341 Atlantic Avenue, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Jones, Bettye Rt. 1, Box 346, Millsboro, Del. 



Jones, Elaine Rt- 1, Box 346, Millsboro, Del. 

Jones, Esther 7335 Vassar, Otisville, Mich. 

Jones, Jewllene 435 Main St., Steelton, Pa. 

Jones, Richard Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Jordan, Thelma 612 N.W. 4th St., Gainesville, Fla. 

Joseph, Paul 1131 Ave., "G", Birmingham, Ala. 

Kaiser, Alonzo 936 Indiana Ave., No. 693, Indianapolis Ind. 

Keith, Jr., Sylvester R.D. No. 2, Box 213, Bovertown, Pa. 

King, Jeon 615 E. Haven St., Kokomo, Ind. 

Langston, Robert P.O. Box 543, High Springs, Fla. 

Larkin, Earnestine 564 Maple Ave., Cincinnati 29, Ohio 

Lester, Isaac 1108 McKinley Ave., Pleasantville, N. J. 

Lister, Mervettc 3515 Windelkin, Dallas, Texas 

Lollis, James 122 Valley St., Pasadena, Calif. 

Lyies, Nathaniel _ 102 So. Woodland Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Lynch, Ophelis 6932 Wabash, Chicago, III. 

Mark, Jeannette 3192 "L" St., San Diego, Calif. 

Mendes, Edward 1110 "F" St., New Bern, N. C. 

Miller, Naomi 912 Albert Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Moore, Carol 563-4th Ave., San Francisco, Calif. 

Morgan, George -_ 2710 N. W. 11th Place, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Murray, Vernal 33 N.W. 6th Ave., Dania, Fla. 

McDonald, Timothy__ 2409 Bedford Ave., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

McGaddye, Dariel 1775 Carver Road, Cossapolis, Mich. 

McKinney, Ricardo 421 So. Pleasant St., Oberlin, Ohio 

McKinney, Tim 421 So. Pleasant St., Oberlin, Ohio 

McPherson, Barbara 1316 Congress St., Mobile, Ala. 

Nealy, Moses 781 Canton Ave., Winter Park, Fla. 

Nelson, Herbert 406 Chalfont St., Pittsburgh 10, Pa. 

Newton, Maebelle 1009 Chestnut St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Norman, Margaret 12209 Oberlin, Dallas, Texas 

Oglesby, Alfred Preston Oakwood College, Huntsville Aja. 

Orme, Pauline Donna 2814 Chapman St., Oakland, Calif. 

Osborne, Esther Gills Road, St. Michael Barbados 

Osborne, Pauline Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Parker, Willie - Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Patterson, Robert 2840 "S" St., Omaha, Neb. 

Peterson, Edward 623 Ossipee St., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

Peterson, Edward David 623 Ossipee St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pratt, Thomas 204-B Half St., Huntsville, Ala. 

Ouarles, Madeline 337 Cardiff Ave., San Bernardino, Calif. 

Rahming, Louella 2550 N.W. 155th Terr., Opa Locka, Flo. 

Reeves, Loretta 13719 So. Homan, Robbins, III. 

Roberson, Olean 5711 Nye St., N.E., Washington 27 D.C. 

Robinson, David P.O. Box 22, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa 

Robinson, William __ P.O. Box 22, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa 

Russel, Gwendolyn 955 Albert Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Sain, Eula Jo 2640 Hale Ave., Louisville, Ky. 

Sellers, Charles 506 Eslava St., Mobile, Ala. 

Sharp, Sandra 2555 E. 84th St., Cleveland 4, Ohio 

Shockley, Martha Rt. 3, Box 49, Melton, Del. 

Simmons, Geraldine 553 South Warren, Mobile, Ala. 

Smith, Barbara 902 W. 41 St., Savannah, Ga. 

Smith, Elassie 1 002-B Slaughter St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Swan, Burl 407 Wade, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Taylor, A. Lion 1495 W. 49th St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Taylor, Robert 1495 West 49th St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Thomas, Frank 1324 Combronne St., New Orleans, La. 

Thomas, Milton 531 Kirby Lane, Baltimore, Md. 

Thompson, Paul 3080 N.W. 51st St., Miami, Fla. 

Thongs. Lawrence Oakwood College, HuntsviMe, Ala. 

Thornton, Earlene 413 Patterson, Lexington, Ky. 

Turner, Patricia 4021 St. Francis Lane, Louisville 18, Ky. 

Wall, Leola 2259 Fairfield Ave., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Watson, Barbara 170 Stanhooe Circle. N.W., Atlanta, Go. 

Whitaker, Robert 807 Manley St., Raleigh, N.C. 

White, Barbara 4658 Lumley, Detroit, Mich. 

White, Daisy, Manchester, Jamacia, B.W.I. 

Wideman, Wyddie 34 Vee St., N.W., Washington 1, D.C. 

Williams, Bettye 1235 Hutchinson St., Montgomery 4, Ala. 

Williams, Frederick 626 Paulson Ave., Pittsburgh 6, Pa. 

Williams, Helen 6016 California St., Son Francisco, Colif. 

Williams, Lois 148 Central Ave., St. Augustine, Fla. 

Williams, Julian 1212 West 6th St., Ocola, Flo. 

Williams, Paul 10781/2 Oakwood Ave., Toledo 7, Ohio 

Wilson, Angela Oakwood College, Huntsville, Alo. 

Wilson, Henry 278 Hough Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Winslow, Thomas Route 1, Box 239, Hobgood, N. C. 

Wright, William R.R. No. 2, Box 330-D, Germontown, Ohio 

Wynn, Arline 441 West Beaver St., Jocksonville, Flo. 

Wynn, Edral R. No. 1, Box 93, Bethel, N. C. 

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Allen, Valerie 245 Hillside Place N.E., Washington, D.C. 



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Amos, Coradean Rt., 2 Box L-19, Leiand, Miss. 

Anderson, Casaunder Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Anderson, Huey 6357 RItterman Ave., Baton Rouge, Lo. 

Bandy, Benjamin 806 North 6th., Birmingham, Ala. 

Barnett, Alberta 719 North, Atchison, Kan. 

Barrett, James 1314 Aubert Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Battle, Lorraine -_ 710 North 9th. St., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Beale, John, Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Boura'ge, Earlene 223 Mill Street, Indianolo, Miss. 

Broussard, Sondra 711 M. St., Atchison, Kan. 

Brown, James 125 Sumpter St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Burgess, Edward 3028 Agnes St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Burgess, Monroe 3028 Aanes St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Bowens, Luther 314 Beard St., Greenville, S. C. 

Campbell, Carol 3610 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Campbell, Gordon 3610 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Carter, Freddie Moe 10351/2 19th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

Carter, Wanda 283 N. Main St., Oberlin, Ohio 

Coleman, Gwendolyn 646 So. 2nd. St., Camden, N. J. 

Collins, Edward 2768 Tanner St., Baton Rouge, La. 

Cooper, James Elis P.O. Box 104, Summerville, S. C. 

Cooper, James Edward ■- P.O. Box 422, Leesville, La. 

Crimes, Robert 221 Louis St., Dayton, Ohio 

Custard, Grace 609 Malter Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 

Dennis, Norma 710, 9th St., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Dent, Cynthia 617 Noctrune Drive, Nashville Tenn. 

Douglas, Robert Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Eilum, Lena Rt. 9 Box 903 D, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Farrel'l, Eugene 7924 So. Eberhart Ave., Chicago, III. 

Floyd, Vernell 1017 Wellinoton St., Platean, Ala. 

Fraizer, Barbara 1210 Wall St., Norfolk, Va. 

Frazier, William 1210 Wall St. ,^ Norfolk, Va. 

Gibbins, Ada 3107 West Columbia Ave., Ph'ildelphia, Pa, 

Godwin, Arice 1116 5th. Place North, Birmingham, Ala. 

Golson, Harriet Rt. 9 Box 422, Jacksonville, Flo. 

Gordon, Delores 1309 West 22nd St., Little Rock, Ark. 

Griffin, Lola 1V^ Alley St., Belzona, Miss. 

Hall, Jackie 701 East 48th. St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Hall, Walterine 701 East 48th. St., Los Anaeles, Calif. 

Hall, Ulysses 5421 So. Park, Chicago, III. 

Harper, Ida 823 Atlanta At., Harrisburg, Miss, 

Harvey, Murray Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Haynes, Sterline 1917 Washington Ave., Charlotte, N. C. 

Holmes, Kenneth ^_ 2562 West Washington Blvd., Chicago, III. 

Hudson, Romona 205, 12 Murdock St., Albans, N. Y. 

Hudson, Sondra 1625 West 14th. St., Chicago, III. 

Humphery, Beverly 3245 Rosalie Ave., Houston, Tex. 

Irwin, JoAnn 7357 North Vasser, Otisville, Mich. 

Jacbs, Horold Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala 

Jacobs, Maxine Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

James, Marjorie 53 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jack, Irene Rt. 4 Box 99, Millsboro, Del. 

Johnson, Albert 1517 27th. St., Columbus, Ga, 

Johnson, Albert Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Johnson, James Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Johnson, John 718 Dufossar St., New Orleans, La. 

Johnson, Myrna Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Johnson, Yvonne 722 Morgan Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Joseph, Stevie 1131 Avenue G, Birmingham, Ala. 

Kilby, Shelton 1 124 Carrington Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C. 

King, Jean 615 East Haven, Kokomo, Ind. 

Knight, Curley 6104 South Michigan, Chicago, III. 

Knight, Dorthy 6104 South Michigan, Chicago, 111. 

Landry, Edgar 229 Laffette St., Bridge City, La. 

Lafleur, James 1311 Pine St., Lake Charles, La. 

Lawerence, Jeannette 623 Roscoe Ave., Akron, Ohio 

Lee, Phillip 369 East 169th. St., Bronx, N. Y. 

Lister, Mervetta 3515 Windelkin St., Dallas, Texas 

Lollis, James 122 Valley St., Pasadena, Calif. 

Lynch, Ophelia 6932 Wabosha, Chicago, III. 

Marshall, Mirian Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Marshall, Selma Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Martin, Larry 744 East 93rd St., Cleveland, 0. 

Mayes, Augusta Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Mayes, Hazel Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

McCoy, Joseph 332 Wester St., Kenner, La. 

McCloud, Willie 2521 14th. Ave. South, St. Petersburg, Flo. 

McMickens, Mary Alice __ 794 B Williams Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

Merideth, James Oakwood, College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Miller, Alverda 570 Dexter Ave., Columbus, O. 

Millet^ Carol Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Mills, Aaron 2753 North 15th. St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Mitchell, Jacquelyn 642 21st St., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Mitchell, Jeanet 307 Susan St., Florence, Ala. 

Morgan, George 2710 North West 11th. Place, Fort 



Lauderdale, Fla. 
Morgan, Ida Mae 2710 North West 11th. Place, Fort 

Lauderdale, Fla. 

Mouzon, Patricia Rt. 3 Box 2201/2, Huntsville, Ala. 

Mouzon, Rachel Rt. 3 Box 2201/2, Huntsville, Ala. 

Murray, Vernal 33 North West 6th. Ave., Diana, Fla. 

Neely, Selaine _ 1401 Emerson St. North West, Washington, D.C. 

Oxiey, Joyce 6414 Ritterman Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

Owens, Herbert 2409 Bullock St., Savannah, Ga. 

Reynolds, Joan 3740 Hydes Ferry Road, Nashville, Tenn. 

Roberson, Olean 7268 M. St., North East, Washington, D.C. 

Roberson, Walter 7268 M. St., North East, Washington, D.C. 

Robertson, Allen . 342 South Jackson St., Montaomery, Ala. 

Ruffin, Carolyn 2410 West Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md. 

Scott, Alverine _ 2625 Notrh West 13th. Place, Fort Lauderdale, 

Fla. 

Seard, Melvin 446 Cleveland, St., Greenville, Miss. 

Shepherd, Robert 3610 Middlebelt St., Inkster, Mich. 

Slater, Joyce 722 Morgan Ave., North, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Spears, Lorene 1911 M. St., North East, Washington, D.C. 

Stinson, Samuel 192 Wallace St., New Haven, Conn. 

Swanson, Marva 2311 America St., Baton Rouge, La. 

Valentine, Lois 1629 Urquhart St., New Orleans, La. 

Washington, Willet 3117 Carev St., Marion, Ind. 

Walker, Thomas 1729 North West 69th. St., Miami, Fla. 

White, June 2503 Waites Road, Columbia, S. C. 

White, Ruth 2503 Waites Rd. Columbia, S. C. 

Wideman, Wyddie __ 34 Vee St., North West, Washington, D.C. 

Wiggins, Katie 622 North West 10th. Ave., Pnmpnno 

Beach, Fla. 

Wise, -Cecelia 3114 Iowa St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Williams, Darlene 1364 Washington Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Williams, Gaybriel 1111 West Woodrief St., Toledo, Ohio 

Williams, Andrew __ 1115 Gee St., North East, Washington, D.C. 

Williams, Yvonne 214 North West 11th Ave., Pompano 

Beach, Fla. 

Wilson, Patricia 1619 Gee St., South East, Washinaton, D.C. 

Wilson, Sylvia 1619 Gee St., South East, Washington, D.C. 

Woodlief, Cherrie 1055 Swart St., Baton Rouge, La. 

Wright, OIlie Foye 509 Mound St., Hot Springs, Ark. 

Wright, Johnny 367 Patterson Street, Mobile, Ala. 

Young, Thes -_ P.O. Box 302 Station No. 2, Pompano Beach, Fla. 



ACADEMY DIRECTORY —1959 

Adams, Wilbur 939 Bemis St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Anderson, Casaundra Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Bailey, Jo Anne 4505 Kitty Ave., Austin, Texas 

Bland, Patricia 8019 S. Wabash, Chicago, III. 

Brantley, Charlita 603 Monroe St., Lynchbury, Va. 

Booker, John 1230 Telamachas, New Orleans, La. 

Brooks, Fred P.O. Box 266, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Bright, Daisy Station 2, Box 1245, Pompano Beach, Fla. 

Burks, Fannie 1683 Hunter St., Augusta, Ga. 

Burns, Vera Rt. 11 Box 162, Pine Bluff Ark. 

Burris, Joyce Rt. 2, Baton Rouge, La. 

Carrigan, Florence 4700 W. 21st, Little Rock, Ark. 

Cartwright, Byron 131 No. 7th Ave., David, Fla. 

Carzan, Anthony 269 Lenox Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Curtis, Eloise Rt. 2 Box 333-B, Muitland, Fla. 

Crawford, Frederick 1432 Hillrett, Columbus, Ohio 

Diaz, Arturo 269 Lenox Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Dean, Reginald East Shirley, Nassau, N. P. Bahamas 

Dorsey, Charlene 1101 Hof Circle, Huntsville, Ala. 

Douglass, Robert Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Duncan, Joe Dean Rt. 2 Box 68 A, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Ellis, Emmanuel Dean P.O. Box 7075 Wylaon Station, 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Farrington, Lois 748 N.W. 3rd Ct., Hollandale, Fla. 

Faulkner, Ester Rt. 6 Box 330, Hattiesburg, Miss, 

Freeman, Davyell 217 William St., East Orange, N. J. 

Gadlin, David 2709 Spruce St., Pueblo, Colo. 

Gaiter, Gloria 2317 N. W. 71st Lane, Miami, Fla. 

Gomez, Cheri ^ 2822 Belt Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Green, Joseph Gentilly Hury. Box 111, New Orleans, La. 

Green, Matthew Jr. __ 2153 9th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Henderson, Sue 427 Ethel Ave., Dayton, Ohio 

Henderson, Joseph 427 Ethel Ave., Dayton, Ohio 

Haley, Autherine 616 21 St., N. Columbus, Miss. 

Harrison, Sewell __ 116-40 Lincoln St., S. Ozone Park, N. Y. 
Hoyden, Melvyn 4707 Piney Branch Rd. N.W., Washington, 

D.C. 
Hudson, James Herman 2241 E. Market, Stockton, Calif. 



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Jackson, Annie Ruth 5922 Minerva Ave., St. Louis, Mo, 

Jackson, Michael 2938 E. 13th St., Austin 2, Texas 

Jackson, Nellie 715 Clark St., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Jenkins' Fitzgerald 2513 Gardner Lane, Nashville, Tenn. 

Johnson Ralph 1848 N. Minneopolis, Wichita, Kan. 

Jones Valeria 2129 N. Tonti, New Orleans, La. 

Jones' Vivian 2129 N. Tonti, New Orleans, La. 

Jones! Warren Earl Rt. 3 Box 222, Huntsville, Ala. 

Key, Arlanders P.O. Box 452, Belzoni, Miss. 

Lee, Gerald 151 Cady St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Lewis, Stephen 1219 Cypress St., Pueble, Colo. 

Lewis, Willard 317 Brinkley, Carlirle, Ark. 

Lister', Pennie 3515 Wendelkin St., Dallas, Texas 

Long,' Richard Harry 3656 E. 147th St. 

McCoo, Saundro 6050 S. Parkway, Chicago, III. 

McCoy, Aurita 332 Webster Ave., Kenner, La. 

McGinnis, M. C. Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Marshall,' Robert 1 1 4-49st. N.E., Washington, D.C. 

Mayes, Valenchia Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Mim, Cleophas 733 Calvert St., Detroit, Mich. 

Monroe, Marion 595 Frontlin Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Morland, Sandra 3147 California, Indianaoolis, Ind. 

Morting,' Barbara 3413 So. Liberty St., New Orleans, La. 

Mouzon, Milton Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Norwood, Thelma Star Route, Harbeson, Del. 

Nixon, Gloria P.O. Box 1474, Delroy Beach, Fla. 

Nelson, Robbye, 114 North Godson, Ocala, Fla. 

Neely Selaine Jeane 1401 Emerson St., Washinaton, DC. 

Owen.s, Harding __^^ 11 9-1 2th, Toledo, Ohio 

Palmer, Isaac 287 N. Main St., Oberlin, Ohio 

Palmer' Oliver 287 N. Main St., Oberlin, Ohio 

Parker,' Fred William 2799 N.W. 15 St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Powell,' Lincoln 5522 Addison St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pruitt,' Sandra L. 2936 N. Arsenal Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Randolph, Elaine 2840 Freret St. Apt. F, New Orleans, La. 

Richards, Clarence Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Richards! Phillip Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Robertson, La Norwell 2406 Almeda St., Nashville, Tenn. 

Robinson, Nancy 151 Hamilton Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

Roger, Jeonette Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Rucker, Brenda 841 South 16th, Baton Rouge, La. 

Seard, Gloria H. 345 So. Hyvonh, Greenville, Miss. 

Seard! John E 345 S. Hyvonh, Greenville, Miss. 

Seard! Geraldine Oakwood College Huntsville, Ala. 

Smith', Carolyn 2111 N. Hydraweic, Wichita, Kans. 

Smith' David 308 Ward Ave., Huntsville, Ala. 

Smith', Gwendolyn 1923 Cross St., Little Rock, Ark. 

Smith, Leon 202 South 21 St., Columbia, Ohio 

Sterlirig, Carol 829 North 39 St., Baton Rouge, La. 

Taylor, Edith 1408 Monroe Ave., Clearwater, Flo. 

Terrell', Patricia 2176 E. 43 St., Cleveland, Ohio 

Turner', Lois 620 Salvador St., Kenner, La. 

Truevil'lian, Jeonette 639 Cox St., Indianola, Miss. 

Valentine, Lois 1629 Urqichart St., New Orleans La. 

White, June Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

White', Ruth Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 

Williams, Annie R. 1820 East Broadway, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Williams, Jacquelyn __ 2686 N.W. 49th Terr., Miami Beach, Fla. 

Wise, Cecelia Oakwood CoHeae, Huntsville, Ala. 

Wout, Victoria P.O. Box 183, San Nicolas, Arubo 

Wright, Belvia Oakwood College, Huntsville, Ala. 



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